Welcome to KAIZEN , Lean, and six Sigma Programs

KAIZEN, Lean and Six Sigma programs combine the business-flow framework with the science of lean and six sigma, enabling participants to make major improvements in their operations and service processes.

Generate a sustainable advantage in cost, quality, speed, and customer service to achieve world-class performance. Using real-world case studies, group workshops and animated computer simulation models, you will explore a framework for diagnosing, improving and designing effective processing systems and for identifying leverage points with the greatest impact on the bottom line.
The business process flow paradigm examines an organization as a collection of business flows with a critical link between operational drivers and strategic success. You will analyze a set of “laws” representing the core science of lean operation in a collaborative learning environment. These tools provide a firm scientific foundation for the practice of lean six sigma operations to put into action in your organization.

This program is not only meant to prepare managers for Six Sigma certification, but also focuses on using Six Sigma as well as other measurements and tools to drive more efficient business strategies and processes.

KAIZEN , Lean, and six Sigma Programs

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Transforming Your Organization

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Process Improvement for Healthcare: Yellow Belt Training and Certification

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Predictive Maintenance Technologies

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KAIZEN – Total Productive Management (TPM) – Advanced

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KAIZEN – Total Productive Management (TPM) – Basics

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KAIZEN Foundations

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KAIZEN-Total Quality Management

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KAIZEN Toolbox

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Integrated Enterprise Excellence

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The Advantage of Minerva

Learning is a process, not a single event. Participants are encouraged to arrive at a program with specific issues they want resolved so their experience in the program can be shaped to help them achieve these goals. But they don't stop learning when class is dismissed. On return to the workplace, they schedule follow-up meetings with colleagues and advisers to pass on what they've learned, implement plans for organizational change and anticipate new challenges before they arise. Please visit our new model of Training Benefit analysis

 

The Essence of Minerva Model

Peer learning does not occur by accident. Participants in Minerva Programs can learn as much from each other as they will from the faculty. At Minerva, we strive for both structured and informal peer learning opportunities — workshops, participant lectures, study groups, topic tables at meals, exercises and simulations, to name just a few. We also work to ensure that the people attending our courses are of comparable managerial and experience levels.

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