Center for Quality and Applied Statistics
Lean Six Sigma Simulation Workshop
The RIT Lean Six Sigma simulation is an online project game for classroom training. The multi-player simulation provides a rich project experience, where Green and Black Belts practice process improvement tools and techniques in a safe, constructive environment.
Lean Six Sigma DMAIC simulation is a data-rich, virtual case study and instructive simulation for the classroom where participants learn process improvement tools in the context of completing a realistic project.
Lean Six Sigma simulation is:
- A cost-effective way to provide your Green and Black Belts with a complete, in-depth project in 2 days.
- A realistic Lean Six Sigma DMAIC project environment that provides a series of critical questions requiring analytical thinking, rather than a prescriptive walk through a series of tools.
- Low-cost training solution for deployment initiatives of all sizes
- Green and Black Belts can complete an entire project in 2 days
- Designed to drive critical thinking over rote learning
- Participants learn teamwork and practice project management and tool skills
- Online simulation means no new hardware or software
Cost: $ 600.00 per person for the two day simulation project exercise
Dates: Will be updated soon. Lunch is provided
Location: The RIT campus at the Center for Quality & Applied Statistics located in the Hugh L. Carey Building (building 14)
Director Bus. Dev.