Courses

This course covers the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma for both manufacturing and service businesses. Participants are provided with an overview of Lean, Six Sigma and the DMAIC problem solving methodology, which includes statistical and non-statistical techniques used for continuous process improvement.


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This course covers the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma for both manufacturing and service businesses. Students are provided an overview of Lean, Six Sigma and the DMAIC problem solving methodology, including both statistical and non-statistical techniques used for continuous process improvement. Confers a UW Tacoma Green Belt certificate.


May 3, 2021 to June 21, 2021, Zoom + Canvas
The Black Belt Certificate program is designed for experienced practitioners with a Green Belt Certificate (or equivalent process improvement experience) who wish to achieve the pinnacle of Lean Six Sigma training by developing critical skills for leadership in enterprise-wide deployment. Application required for registration. Schedule on PDC website.


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Value Stream Mapping is a team-based process improvement technique used to evaluate and document current processes and design and generate a plan for a desired future state. This in-depth, hybrid course (8 hours of class meetings & 8 hours of independent online work) is designed for Lean Six Sigma coaches, managers and leaders seeking a more structured approach to transforming and improving processes in a wide range of businesses and organizations.


May 8, 2021 to June 5, 2021, Zoom + Canvas
Learn a simple and practical approach for gaining insight, understanding and knowledge from the study of process behavior. This is not a seminar on statistics and no major math calculations are required. All exercises and case studies will be completed using Excel templates.


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Trust is foundational in relationships, groups, and organizations. While there are many behaviors people claim can either build or erode trust, it can be difficult to determine which truly do and how best to apply them. The Trust Behaviors Framework cuts through this confusion, by centering research-based patterns of behaviors proven to support organizational effectiveness and trusting relationships.


Friday, May 14, 2021, Zoom