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Lean Six Sigma Training in 2019: Classroom, Online and Blended Learning

I thought I’d start with a graph. It’s from Google Trends looking at the search term “lean six sigma” over the last five years. The numbers are not actual volumes, [...]

How to Start a Lean Six Sigma Project

Of all the quotes about beginnings, fresh starts and the joy of something new, this one from David DeNotaris seems most appropriate when it comes to starting a new Lean [...]

Using Agile Techniques to Fast-Track Lean Six Sigma Projects

Background Lean Six Sigma is a proven and well-established continuous improvement methodology. Utilising a rigorous, data-driven approach to apply the scientific method, organisations have successfully delivered impactful and sustainable business [...]

The Unexpected Benefits of Lean Six Sigma Training

The benefits of Lean Six Sigma training are many and varied. Think quality improvements, cost savings, taking time out of processes and improving customer satisfaction. Think also about improved knowledge [...]

As a leader – do you have a ‘change ready mindset’?

Are you really achieving brilliant change? Change has become the new next, and we all know that when change happens it’s going to get a reaction from the people who [...]

The Lean Six Sigma Guru – April

You have questions, The Lean Six Sigma Guru has answers. Each month, the mysterious and wise Lean Six Sigma Guru answers the most popular questions about Lean Six Sigma and the [...]

Lean Process Improvement

The term ‘Lean’ was coined by John Krafcik in 1988 to describe a way of working that “uses less of everything”. The Lean methods and concepts themselves predate the term, [...]

The Lean Six Sigma Guru – March

You have questions, The Lean Six Sigma Guru has answers. Each month, the mysterious and wise Lean Six Sigma Guru answers the most popular questions about Lean Six Sigma and the [...]

The Lean Six Sigma Guru – February

You have questions, The Lean Six Sigma Guru has answers. Each month, the mysterious and wise Lean Six Sigma Guru answers the most popular questions about Lean Six Sigma and the [...]

Your Journey through the Lean Six Sigma Belt Levels

Lean Six Sigma belt levels are used to distinguish the different levels of Lean Six Sigma training that can be obtained. The use of ‘Belts’ to describe the hierarchy within [...]