A Lean Green Belt is best described as an agent for change. Organizations that have embraced Lean as a strategy for continuous improvement depend on these vital resources to lead impactful projects and promote the use of basic quality and Lean methods across the enterprise.
Understanding the Lean body of knowledge and able to leverage basic quality tools, project management and change management techniques, the Lean Green Belt works effectively on the front-line of product and service delivery as well as in focused process improvement project environments where they support rapid improvement (kaizen) events, value stream mapping or the implementation of 5S and other workplace organization tools.
Lean Green Belt
- Certification in Lean Green Belt includes; • Introduction to Lean Thinking • Introduction to Six Sigma • Writing Effective Problem Statements • 5S/6S, visual workplace, standard work and "Huddles" • Mapping the Process & the Gemba Walk • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) • Introduction to statistical process control (SPC) • Assessing Process Capability • Managing Successful Projects & Managing Change • Cause & Effect and Pareto Charts • Current and Future State Value Stream Mapping • Kanban and Material Management Techniques • Work Leveling and Work Cell Design • Error-Proofing • Rapid Changeover Techniques • Implementing Control Plans and Control Charts Note: Please download the course brochure for a complete description of each topic.