Lean Six Sigma for Improving Training Programs

  • 22 May 2014
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Ces & Judy's 10405 Clayton Rd, St Louis, MO


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Lean Six Sigma for Improving Training Programs

Kim Rochetti

Strategic Operating Systems

Have you heard about Lean Six Sigma?  It is now used in almost every industry and can be used for any type of process including training and development processes.  It has been around for almost 40 years and gains in popularity every year.  Come hear about Lean and Six Sigma methodologies, the types of problems they solve, and some tools you can use to streamline your processes to be even more efficient and effective.

In this overview session you will learn how to apply simple Lean Six Sigma tools to enhance and improve your training programs. You will see how to streamline processes, shorten process time, gain efficiencies, reduce waste and rework, and delight your customers with basic tools. We will demo a few tools so you can learn how to apply them to your processes immediately.

About the Speaker:

Ms. Rochetti is a Performance Excellence and Strategy Deployment Leader with extensive Lean Six Sigma, Strategy Deployment, and Project and Change Management experience. Prior to founding SOS, Kim worked at Boeing Aerospace for 22 years in engineering, production, and quality areas in both the technical and management arenas.  Kim transitioned her Lean Six Sigma skills to healthcare and help SSM and BJC Healthcare systems deploy LSS to help streamline process and improve patient care. Both Boeing and SSM Healthcare were Malcolm Baldrige award winners.  

Kim is a member of ASQ and PMI organizations and currently serves as Regional Director for ASQ and co-leads the ASQ leadership training systems team. Kim is a published author and frequently speaks at conferences, workshops, and organizations on topics including Lean Six Sigma, Project and Change Management, Career Planning and Development, and Transitioning Quality skills to Healthcare. Kim holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and an MBA in Management, and is certified in ASQ Black Belt and Quality Engineering, PMI Project Management Professional, SBTI Master Black Belt, and Change Management certification at Ingersoll Rand.   

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