ILSW – Implementing Lean Sigma in the Workplace

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  • Code: ILSW
  • Duration: Days 2
  • Price per delegate: £995.00 +VAT

Trained over 60000 delegates

Course delivered by industry expert instructors

Highly competitive pricing

Course Description

The course is 2-day interactive event during which attendees will be given an insight into Lean Sigma and the key factors, which should be in place to make the implementation a success. It is an opportunity to step back, take the time to consider what they want to achieve and commence building a plan around this.

To enable and sustain change, there is a need to create a framework in which people can work within and are rewarded for delivering improvements.

The course enables the attendees to develop the framework, whilst equipping them with change management skills to drive forward a continuous improvement culture.

The course will more than pay for itself as you will decide firstly is Lean Sigma the right approach for your organisation at this time, and if not then you will save money and time in trying to deploy this but if it is right then the course will give your skills and framework needed for a successful lean sigma deployment.

Target Student

The course is aimed at those who are either implementing or considering implementing Lean Sigma in the workplace.



Performance Based Objectives

  • High level understanding of Lean and Six Sigma
  • Learn how to create the want for change
  • Shape the Lean Sigma framework to suit their objectives
  • A first draft of an implementation plan will be produced

Course Content

Overview of Lean Sigma

  • History
  • Principles
  • Benefits
  • Lean Sigma roles

Lean Sigma framework

  • Agree the approach
  • How to gain and maintain senior management buy in
  • Create common goals and a high level view
  • Tracking benefits

Creating buy in

  • Vision and goals
  • Line of sight
  • Transparency
  • Motivational factors

Driving the right behaviours

  • Leading from the front
  • Change management
  • Objective setting
  • Communication

Visual management

  • Benefits
  • Commitment needed
  • Pitfalls

Setting the scene

  • Why
  • What
  • How
  • When

Keeping the momentum going

  • Embedding change
  • Continuous improvement