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Questions Before Investing in a Program
•What new knowledge and skills do I need to acquire?
•Will this program lead to the acquisition of the knowledge and skills?
•Is this the best way to acquire the knowledge and skills?
•What will I be able to do as a result of engaging in the program that I cannot do now?
•Is the program content validated by industry-recognized experts?
•How will my new knowledge and skills be assessed in order to earn the certificate?

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  • I think this is an underexplored topic in the Improvement business. Despite what anyone says about how things should be, most organizations will want someone to lead their CI efforts. The internal leader needs to have a set of skills compatible with the overall goals of the CI effort. One thing I feel is a little disappointing is lean v Six Sigma stuff in the middle. Is Physics better than Chemistry? Doesn't it really depend on what problems you are attempting to solve? So too the goals of the CI program might dictate if a more specialist Six Sigma approach or a more inclusive Lean approach is best.
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