Active Alert: Classes canceled rest of today and tomorrow

B-ALERT:Due to forecast, all classes effective 4:30pm today Nov 25 are canceled. There will be no classes Wednesday Nov 26. Adjust travel plans accordingly.

Alert updated: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 3:50 PM

Lean Six Sigma

Some of today's most respected companies—including GE, Motorola, Allied Signal, and Sun Microsystems—have used Lean Six Sigma to improve their organizations. Join the ranks of these successful corporations and let Lean Six Sigma work for you.

Lean Six Sigma is a combined process-improvement methodology that accelerates processes, increases efficiency, and reduces or eliminates variation. Competition for the same customers is increasing throughout the corporate world, putting company profits on the line; customer expectations are changing rapidly as the rate of information increases; and costs are escalating. Now more than ever, achieving process excellence is essential.

Our Lean Six Sigma program gives you valuable business tools to achieve process excellence and help your team:

  • Redesign flow to better account for customer and supplier variability
  • Analyze the root cause of product problems
  • Make informed decisions about cost benefit of a company project
  • Capture meaningful metrics to help know and grow your business
  • Experiment to determine best practices to deliver quality, every time

 

Current Offerings

Lean Leader Training

This 8 hour course provides an overview of both Six Sigma and Lean and how their respective tools and methods both individually and when integrated, enable organizations to yield improved process quality, lowered operational costs and increased efficiency.  Contact us for your organization's customized training needs.

 

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training (January 5-January 30, 2015)

Participants will become familiar with basic Lean and Six Sigma tools within the context of the DMAIC methodology.

A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB) program, offered jointly by the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering (SSIE) Department at Binghamton University and the Binghamton University IIE Student Chapter is being reoffered in May-June 2014.  This is a rebroadcast of the 16.5 hour program that was offered in January 2013 and is only available via distance learning. Prerequisite statistics instruction also offered.

 

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training (starting July 28, 2014)

This workshop is designed for Lean Six Sigma team leaders and expands upon the skill set taught in the Green Belt certification. This Lean Six Sigma training course at the Black Belt level gives you valuable business tools to organize, coordinate and lead your organization in achieving process and operational excellence. The course content emphasizes the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) methodology through analytical and quantitative tools as well as project management, leadership and organizational methods.  A successful Black Belt project is required for Black Belt certification.

This offering is a pre-recorded rebroadcast of our 39 hour Summer 2013 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) training program offered by the Department of Systems Science and Industrial  Engineering (SSIE) within the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University.  It is only available via distance learning.

 

Healthcare Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training (starting September 10, 2014)

  • In-Person: September 10-12 and 15-16, 2014 with exam due October 27, 2014

  • Online: September 11-October 27, 2014 with exam due October 27, 2014

Designed specifically for healthcare, this five day course emphasizes why the implementation of Lean Six Sigma is vital to the continuous improvement of hospital operations, in particular, and healthcare delivery systems, in general.

This unique workshop offering will be offered on the Binghamton University campus and will be recorded for those who wish to complete the training via distance learning.  To receive a certificate, an open book, open note, take-home exam must be completed by October 27, 2014.

Last Updated: 7/30/14