The Lean Six Sigma Training
The Lean Six Sigma programme is a globally recognized best practice methodology for business improvement and integration of human and process element with a clear a focus on getting bottom line results
The Institute held the training on 29th and 30th June 2012 at the Hotel Intercontinental Nairobi. The training was facilitated Dr. Alex Douglas, the Editor Total Quality Management Journal and a Reader in Service Quality Management and Jacqueline Douglas, a Module Leader for the Lean Six Sigma module and Quality and Operations Management both of Liverpool Business School.
The theme of training was anchored on two key aspects of eliminating waste in process and reducing variation on defects. The training provided participants with an overall insight to the techniques of Lean Six Sigma, its metrics and improvement methodologies and also recognizes roles and responsibility for effective business improvement projects.
Participants also undertook a one hour multiple choice open-book examination after which they were awarded a certificate of performance in Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt.