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Pitfalls and Strengths for Guiding Lean Six Sigma Projects

by Guest on March 21, 2018
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Date(s) - 21/03/2018
12:00 am

UTS Business School, Dr Chau Chak Wing building, Level 8


Price: 10.18



Treating Lean Six Sigma as a rational recipe to follow, creates obstacles to successful coaching and facilitation of improvement projects. Come and hear the facilitation challenges of recently completed projects by Green or Black Belts. Their interpretation of what they experienced and how they responded may help you in your situation.

Alan Skinner will be sharing key theories and models for facilitation that will provide insight into the character of successful coaching of improvement projects. Bring your own facilitation challenges and questions to encourage a robust networking discussion and enjoy the collaboration with drinks and nibbles after the session.


6.15pm – Registrations and Networking
6.30pm – Introduction – Alan Skinner, Co-director, Lean Six Sigma, Business Excellence Institute
6.50pm – Interviews with Facilitators of Recently Completed Projects
7.00pm – Sharing Facilitation Challenges and Successes from the Audience
7.15pm – Alan Skinner – Key Facilitation Ideas and Models from Research and Practice
7.30pm – Summarising the night
7.35pm – Networking Drinks and Further Discussion

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