Description5-session course: Introduction (half day) Hands-on exercises A 5-session course run as an interactive training course in the history, basic principles, tools and techniques of the Lean Six Sigma (LSS) quality/process improvement methodology. Lean Six Sigma is a widely used process improvement method in manufacturing, process industry and administration. Organizations such as Aramco, GE, Motorola, Toyota, Pfizer, Ford and the US Army all attribute part of their success to the use of the Lean Six Sigma tools. Students graduating from KAUST are likely to encounter Lean Six Sigma early in their careers and the purpose of this session is to establish a basic familiarity with the history and application of the Lean Six Sigma tools. The seminar starts with an introduction to the industrial history starting with the Industrial Revolution and leading up to the introduction of scientific management (Taylor, 1911) and the evolution of what has become known as the concept of LEAN Six Sigma. Following the introduction, the attendees will be exposed to the applied aspects of methodology with a number of hands-on exercises to better understand the concepts and rigor of LSS.
Head of Business Process Management, Continuous Improvement, Lean Six Sigma & PMO at Kaust
An experienced Lean Six Sigma practitioner at Master Black Belt level. Have trained approximately 1000 individuals in Lean Six Sigma in the United States, Great Britain, France, Scandinavia and Saudi Arabia. Highly experienced in lean six sigma program deployment in manufacturing and service organizations in both the public and private sectors. Have lead the implemention of the lean six sigma initiative at KAUST. Over 110 Green Belts trained to date.
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