Lean Six Sigma is a widely-used methodical approach to improve business performance by reducing waste and increasing efficiency. With today’s companies facing continually rising costs and increasing competition, Lean Six Sigma certified professionals have become increasingly desirable in Operations/ Supply Chain Management roles.
This is the second of the three-part USC Marshall Lean Six Sigma Certification Program. Green Belt certification is required for the higher level Black Belt certification course.
This Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course will dive deeply into the universally-practiced process improvement methodologies of Lean Six Sigma, with both theoretical and practical components.
This course will first teach students the Lean Six Sigma methodologies, then have the students successfully implement process improvement on real-live projects they bring to the course. With the instructors’ guidance, students will use data collection and analysis skills, and enact quantifiable improvements their chosen projects.
Students will receive a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification upon successful completion of this course.
June 11: Defining and Measuring Project Metrics
June 18: Measuring and Analysis
June 25: Analysis and Implementation
July 9: Implementation and Control of Project
Nick Vyas, Director of the USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management; Assistant Professor of Clinical Data Sciences & Operations
Abbass Al Sharif, PhD, Academic Director of Masters of Business Analytics at USC Marshall School of Business
Please contact Arkar Kyaw, Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions regarding the course.