Do you work for a services company that doesn’t manufacture physical products? Are you from finance, accounting, human resources, customer service, IT, procurement, sales, marketing, engineering, logistics, or another transactional area of the business?
You need a Lean Six Sigma training program designed especially for you. Our team has significant experience developing and delivering Lean Six Sigma programs for non-manufacturing companies, including clients in financial services, healthcare, insurance, retail, logistics, and hospitality. Our services materials are packed with transactional and services examples - no manufacturing content.
Our experienced team will work with you to customize an approach that drives significant results to the bottom line and fits with the culture of your business. We offer a full suite of Lean Six Sigma training offerings, for the large-scale global deployment or for the small business looking to get started.
At the end of this course, Green Belts will have the tools that they need to lead well-scoped Lean Six Sigma projects and to support Black Belts on larger initiatives.
Contact our team to learn more about our Lean Six Sigma for Services training.
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