Lean Six Sigma Yellowbelt Workshop
May 14, 2016
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Risk Management and Analysis Workshop
May 14, 2016
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Venue: Temple University
Building: Student Center
Lean Six Sigma Yellowbelt Workshop (10AM-1PM)
The purpose of this event is to provide a detailed, one-day breakout of the tools and methods used in Lean and Six Sigma. In the Six Sigma lexicon, a “Yellowbelt” is one who has been trained in the basics of the Lean Six Sigma toolset. While these tools are not applied to a project until the Greenbelt and Blackbelt levels, Yellowbelts are primed to continue their acquisition of Lean Six Sigma skills and to matriculate onward in their progression toward Six Sigma Greenbelts and Blackbelt certification.
Student Rate: $170
Risk Management and Analysis Workshop (2PM-5PM)
Traditionally, only larger organizations were able to conduct meaningful risk management through labor-intensive analysis of lagging indicators. Today, businesses of all industries and all sizes can benefit from robust risk management that is easy to generate from financial analytics and other key performance metrics. Using the risk management tools, generating interpretive data, and understanding how to apply the data insights with high organization impact is this workshop’s core focus.
- Student Rate: $170
- Register for Both for $290 ONLY