Working towards the Green BeltUsing Lean Six Sigma toimprove higher education
Learning outcomesDelegates will1   acquire an understanding of the meaning and applications of    lean, Six Sigma and Lean...
Workshop outline•   Overview of LSS•   Strategic implementation of LSS•   Overview of DMAIC methodology•   Group exercises...
Overview of Lean Six Sigma (1)Both Lean and Six Sigma are proven customer-driven methodologies for improvingbusiness proce...
Overview of Lean Six Sigma (2)Lean Six Sigma•   focuses on business needs defined by the customer•   requires active engag...
Strategic implementation of LSS•   Champions – business and project•   Master Black Belt•   Black Belts•   Green Belts•   ...
Overview of DMAIC methodology•   Define•   Measure•   Analyse•   Improve•   Control
Green Belt experiencesNicola Smith• Improving the governance structures of a University  strategic committeeBronagh Dallat...
Using Lean Six Sigma to improvehigher educationYour Action Plan
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
307 - Working Towards the Green Belt
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307 - Working Towards the Green Belt

  1. 1. Working towards the Green BeltUsing Lean Six Sigma toimprove higher education
  2. 2. Learning outcomesDelegates will1 acquire an understanding of the meaning and applications of lean, Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma (LSS) as quality improvement methodologies2 learn about the application of LSS in a range of professional services in one higher education institution3 have reflected on the value of LSS as a means of making their practice more professional
  3. 3. Workshop outline• Overview of LSS• Strategic implementation of LSS• Overview of DMAIC methodology• Group exercises using DMAIC• Green Belt experiences• Your Action Plan
  4. 4. Overview of Lean Six Sigma (1)Both Lean and Six Sigma are proven customer-driven methodologies for improvingbusiness processesLean• origins in Toyota• aims to improve efficiency by eliminating wasteSix Sigma• origins in Motorola• aims to improve efficiency and effectiveness by reducing or eliminating variation
  5. 5. Overview of Lean Six Sigma (2)Lean Six Sigma• focuses on business needs defined by the customer• requires active engagement of staff at all levels in the organisation• uses process mapping• uses data to provide evidence of waste or defect• use statistical analysis to inform business process improvement• offers a range of tools to support business process improvement
  6. 6. Strategic implementation of LSS• Champions – business and project• Master Black Belt• Black Belts• Green Belts• Yellow Belts• Employees
  7. 7. Overview of DMAIC methodology• Define• Measure• Analyse• Improve• Control
  8. 8. Green Belt experiencesNicola Smith• Improving the governance structures of a University strategic committeeBronagh Dallat• Streamlining processing of overseas PG applicationsOther Strathclyde staff• See workbook page ??
  9. 9. Using Lean Six Sigma to improvehigher educationYour Action Plan

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