Lean Six Sigma Project Sponsor Training
Course length: 2 days; 1 day with prior LSS Management session as listed below
Project Sponsors are critical resources in a Lean Six Sigma organization. Sponsors are typically executives, directors, or senior managers who are owners of the improvement projects that Green and Black Belts are working on. During this highly interactive program, participants will learn how they can help their project teams through each phase of the DMAIC process (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control). The following topics will be covered:
Senior Management Overview / Project Strategy and Deployment Training (12 Hours)
This program can be delivered as one eight-hour and one four-hour session or three four-hour sessions. All sessions will be facilitated and co-led by two RIT instructors.
Session 1 - (4 hours)
The purpose of this session is to provide a brief overview of Lean and Lean Six Sigma tools, concepts, and philosophy so the leadership team has a common understanding.
Session 2 - (4 hours)
The majority of this session will be dedicated to discussion and brainstorming on the critical success factors for your organization. The instructors will provide a framework based on their past experience to lead and guide this discussion. The following will be highlighted:
Session 3 - (4 hours)
This session will focus on prioritizing the list of projects developed during Session 2 and defining the types of resources required to implement these projects, along with realistic timelines. Topics include: