How your organization benefits from Six Sigma training

by Larry Taggart Article writer
Organizations across the world have been heavily investing in Six Sigma because they see business value in adopting the methodology. Organizations nominate their employees to go through Six Sigma training so that they can apply their learning to real-life issues and bring in process changes for the betterment of the organization. A Kaizen event is the perfect seminar to attend for the representatives of an organization to find out how Six Sigma can contribute to their business success.

If you are new to the concept of Six Sigma, you should know a bit about it. Six Sigma is a set of tools and techniques through which process errors are identified and eliminated. Every critical Six Sigma project is led by an expert (a master black belt or a black belt) and the objective of the project team is to find out the root causes of an issue and eliminate them. The concept of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) is known across the business world because this is the sequential step that helps them perform more efficiently and delight their customers.

Why organize a Kaizen event?
A Kaizen seminar brings about a win-win situation for the organization and the attendees. Such an event can be organized onsite where the employees of an organization can find out more about the benefits of adopting Six Sigma as part of the organization's business processes. The event is also beneficial for the organizer because it generates business for them. What is important for an organization is that they select a professional training institution to host the event. This is where the actual value comes in.

For an organization, some of the benefits of organizing a Kaizen seminar are given below.

• The participants understand why Six Sigma is important for the organization;
• The organization gets an outside perspective, which results in an unbiased view of its business processes;
• The organization can benefit from the sharing of industry case studies and best practices and
• Once the financials are in place and projects are identified, the employees can be trained and mentored to run them successfully.

Today, Six Sigma training has become highly evolved because the training institutions know exactly what their clients require. There is a lot of research and brainstorming that goes into preparing the training agenda so that a client only sees value in what is being done. The training is conducted in highly flexible modes - onsite, classroom, blended and through webinars and so on. This ensures that the business continuity of an organization is not hampered. And since these training programs don't take too much of time, the nominated employees can get trained and certified in a short period of time and start working on the projects.

Six Sigma has been in use since 1986 and it has been successful because it helps organizations to be successful. If your organization is interested in adopting this methodology, the first step is to identify a professional training institution and get your nominated employees trained and certified.

To find out how Six Sigma training can help improve your business processes, have a Kaizen event conducted.

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