Become a catalyst for breakthrough improvements in a large number of organizations across a variety of industries including healthcare, insurance, banking, manufacturing, and government.
Lean Six Sigma
What do you learn?
Six Sigma is a powerful set of statistical and management tools and methodologies that dramatically improve customer satisfaction, productivity and shareholder value. It focuses on reduction of variation in a business process, while targeting problem areas with pinpoint accuracy. Unlike other process improvement “programs,” Six Sigma enhances process predictability while reshaping the organizational culture to meet customer demands. It provides a common language to gauge performance across all functions and divisions of an organization.
Who should take it?
Any organization, whether it’s a government agency, manufacturing, service, or healthcare-based, that wants to improve the bottom-line for their company and that strives to exceed customer expectations. Lean Six Sigma will benefit any organization with processes that require standardization and consistent high quality results. Adopting the principles of Lean Six Sigma into your business will position you ahead of your competition.
Why should you take it?
Six Sigma is credited as the catalyst for breakthrough improvements in a large number of organizations across a variety of industries including healthcare, insurance, banking, manufacturing, and government. Other leading companies who practice Six Sigma are GE, Johnson and Johnson, Allied Signal, Quest Diagnostics, BankOne, United Health Group, and a growing number of large hospitals. Missouri organizations that have adopted Six Sigma methodology are: Leggett & Platt, Detroit Tool Metal Products, ESSI, PROFormance Powertrain Products, Precision Stainless – ITT, Tamko Roofing Supplies, Eagle-Picher, Uniprise – a United Health Group Company, BankOne, Missouri State University and others.
Lean Six-Sigma strives to produce consistent, predictable business processes that deliver world-class levels of quality. Companies that have adopted the Lean Six Sigma process have seen increased customer satisfaction, improved product or service reliability and improved short and long-term financial performance.
Bring Lean Six Sigma to your organization
MDI offers company specific training to meet your defined training needs. Lean Six Sigma training can be cost effective when offered specifically for an organization. We provide Lean Six Sigma training at either our facility or on-site at your company.
For training in the Springfield, MO area, contact Tara Horton, Training Coordinator, to receive additional information about bringing Lean Six Sigma to your organization, 417-837-2615, 1-800-733-3203 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, see our public enrollment calendar for details about the next scheduled course.
For on-site, customized training contact Jeff Schmedeke at 417-837-2613 or email at email@example.com.