Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is designed for those with little or no prior experience in Continuous Improvement. The program is an introduction to the tools and techniques of Lean and the DMAIC methodology of Six Sigma. DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) refers to a data-driven problem-solving approach that can be applied across all industries. Lean refers to the waste reduction tools and principles made famous by Toyota. LSS Green Belt participants learn the framework for solving problems and improving processes in a variety of hands-on projects and activities. During the program, participants will complete at least 3 LSS projects and leave the program with the tools needed to solve real world problems.
Instructor information: Lee Campe, President, Performance Excellence Inc., Lean Six Sigma MBB
Lee Campe is a proven Lean Six Sigma deployment leader with a wide array of expertise in all facets of business and Continuous Improvement. He also is one of the few instructors with extensive experience in Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) and Innovation through design thinking.
Prior to starting Performance Excellence, Lee was a Master Black Belt (MBB) for the Home Depot, where he was responsible for coaching
employees and mentoring projects across the US. Projects Lee mentored provided the company with over $200 million in savings.
In addition to work with The Home Depot, Lee was MBB for GE, J&J, and JP Morgan Chase and Adjunct Professor for Georgia Tech’s MBA Program and Masters in Analytics.
Total number of hours: 28
8:30am - 3:30pm
KSU Center, 3333 Busbee Dr. NW, Room 462
Program Fee and Registration:
The program fee is $3100 per person.