Six Sigma Certification at Georgia Tech


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Six Sigma Certification at Georgia Tech

  1. 1. Six Sigma Certification at Georgia Tech Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Applied Statistics for Six Sigma Lean Six Sigma Black Belt T H E B U S I N E S S S C H O O L AT G E O R G I A T E C H
  2. 2. Want to improve customer satisfaction and reduce waste from defects and non-value adding activities? Georgia Tech’s Six Sigma Certification Program will equip you with the skills you need to recognize inefficiencies and save your company money without a big capital investment. Six Sigma principles can be Program Faculty applied across all industries in Lee Campe is an experienced Six Sigma both services and manufacturing. instructor with a wide array of expertise As you go through the program, in all facets of business. He has extensive experience deploying Six Sigma in you will begin to look at every transactional environments including process in your organization sales, human resources, marketing, through a different lens. Turn finance, information management, and manufacturing. Lee Campe is a past yourself into an invaluable asset Master Black Belt for GE, Johnson & with Six Sigma Certification Johnson, JP Morgan Chase, and from Georgia Tech. The Home Depot. “ The instructor wastoengaging and able to associate material practical examples. ” CAROL ALLEN Vice President of Operations and Chief Operating Officer Georgia Medical Care Foundation
  3. 3. Lean Six Sigma Applied Statistics Lean Six Sigma Green Belt for Six Sigma Black Belt September 21-25, 2009 October 19-21, 2009 November 16-19, 2009 $3,950 per person $2,550 per person $3,500 per person $3,550 per person $2,150 per person $3,000 per person (when you register & pay (when you register & pay (when you register & pay by August 14, 2009) by August 14, 2009) by August 14, 2009) Note: You must complete all three courses and a project to earn Black Belt Certification. Register online at: WWW.EXECINFO.ORG Questions? Call us at 404.894.8700. Georgia Tech College of Management 800 West Peachtree Street, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30308
  4. 4. Six Sigma in Action The challenge: “ Our organizationand processes across communication needed to streamline departmental silos and to eliminate waste and inefficiencies such as our amount of paper consumption. The solution: ” “Six Sigma provided a methodology to solve everyday decisions across all levels of the organization including operations, finance, and IT, and bridged the communication gap between these departments to allow us to speak the same language.” The results: “Six Sigma provided a common language, a set of tools, and a philosophy that provided measurable improvement. It was also an integral part of our success in receiving the 2007 Georgia Oglethorpe Award for Organizational Quality and Excellence. We were able to reduce paper consumption by 40 percent, saving us $100,000 or more within two weeks after the first Six Sigma course. The return on investment was almost immediate—one Six Sigma project can easily pay for itself tenfold.” TIM PERRY Chief Information Officer, NCCPA (National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants) Six Sigma Black Belt from Georgia Institute of Technology Printed on paper containing 10% post-consumer content.