Conversely, a culture that lacks the skills and willingness to change and improve can inhibit the delivery of innovation and competitive advantage. Besides being competent in the functional skills and knowledge one is hired for, it is important for employees to have the skills and mindset to solve problems, innovate and be a catalyst for change in an organization. An employee with the skills and mindset to solve problems, innovate and facilitate change is one who can add value to the organisation beyond the expected functional skills and knowledge one is hired for.
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ABOUT THE COURSE
In this course, you will learn Lean Six Sigma frameworks and tools for doing just that, at a Green Belt level of scale, complexity, and challenge. Lean Six Sigma Green (LSS) Belts are typically professionals who seek to improve customer experience and processes while retaining their functional responsibilities. To assure success, improvement projects often relates to their functional areas and project scopes are defined at a manageable boundary. This is in contrast to a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt level that typically requires full-time multiple project responsibilities for improvements of a high level of scale, complexity, and challenge.
This is a professional certification course, where you will learn not only the frameworks, concepts, and tools in the form of lectures, classroom exercises, and discussions, but also in the form of assessment, project work, coaching and certification review.
This course aims to train participants in Lean Six Sigma frameworks, concepts, tools and methodologies at a Green Belt level and provide them a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification with evidence of a high standard of competency through assessments by written test, project works and certification review. For organisations and employers, a certified SMU Lean Six Sigma Green Belt participant is one who has undergone rigorous training and assessment to embark professionally in a career that would espouse continuous improvement using Lean Six Sigma at a Green Belt level.