Working professionals interested in receiving the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt credential—the gold standard for business operations process improvement skills—can now receive it from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University as a result of a new partnership between Kelley Executive Education and MoreSteam, a leading global provider of the online Lean Six Sigma Green Belt credential.
This Lean Six Sigma Green Belt program is significant in several ways:
- Kelley Executive Education is partnering with MoreSteam, which provides expertise and an online learning model that has been used to serve more than half of Fortune 500 companies.
- In addition to the asynchronous content, participants will meet weekly with Kelley faculty who have expertise in the real-world implementation and application of Lean Six Sigma.
- A comprehensive exam at the end of the 16-week program will allow participants to receive the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification from the Kelley School of Business, which is included in the cost of the program.
“Professionals in the operations arena know that the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification benefits individuals as well as their organizations. The partnership between Kelley and MoreSteam makes the development opportunity even more dynamic and impactful,” said Carl Briggs, clinical professor of operations and decision technologies at the Kelley School and co-director of the Business Operations Consulting Workshop.
The next 16-week program begins on January 4.
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Those who successfully complete the Kelley program will be proficient in all of the basic analytical tools necessary to execute Lean Six Sigma process improvement projects. They will also learn team leadership and project management skills enabling them to be effective program managers.
Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma is a combination of philosophy, methodologies, and tools for continually improving an organization by discovering and eliminating productivity limitations such as variability, waste, and overburden. The Lean Six Sigma Institute, which has more than 60,000 certified graduates, states the approach can reduce costs and achieve substantial improvements in lead times, quality, safety, employee morale, and customer satisfaction. Combining improvement philosophies and systems developed by Toyota and Motorola, Lean Six Sigma originally was developed for manufacturing and production processes. It has since been successfully applied to a wide range of industries.
Kelley certificates for working professionals
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification program is one of many business certificates offered by the Kelley School to provide working professionals with the practical knowledge, skills, and tools for career success. Business certificates are taught by Kelley’s renowned faculty and are designed to be flexible, affordable, and accessible.