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Lean six Sigma: Supply Chain Management

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Description

Now and in the future, successful managers must expand their scope of influence from organizing conventional tactics to achieve their functional targets to adopting new strategies to materially disrupt internal and external matrix barriers.

This 2-day program will offer a unique opportunity to share key basic principles in Lean and Six Sigma, situational best practices, and solutions to address these challenges within a dynamic digital landscape.

IMPACT & BENEFITS:

  • Learn tools and techniques for quality management practices including lean purchasing, lean operations, lean transportation and lean distribution.
  • Understand lean six sigma concepts and their impact in the organization.
  • Explore DMAIC methodology, process proving methods and lean design.

Who should attend

Mid-level managers and functional experts with at least 3 to 5 years of professional experience and who are interested in obtaining new knowledge and skills for success in Supply Chain Management and Operations based positions.

Experts

Scott Ellis’s, associate professor of logistics, research interests center on the study of purchasing and supply management processes and functions. He has published in Journal of Operations Management and Journal of Supply Chain Management, among others. His research has received Journal of Supp...