Is there any waste in your process? Yes! There are 8 of them to be exact. And one way to root out the 8 Wastes is to conduct a Waste Walk. It’s a great way to introduce co-workers to “see with new eyes,” recognize the process issues all around them and start thinking about ways to get rid of unnecessary steps, activities and materials. Tune in to this 1-hour introductory webinar to get an overview of Lean Six Sigma and the 8 wastes.
Three key learning objectives:
Describe Lean and Six Sigma
Recognize the 8 wastes
- Use a waste walk sheet
About the Speaker:
Tracy got her start as a Six Sigma Black Belt at GE Appliances in the late 1990s with Jack Welch at the helm. After a Black Belt career at GE, she became a Lean Six Sigma Consultant and has helped many organizations with all aspects of Lean Six Sigma.
She is an accomplished facilitator, trainer, coach and presenter. She has trained over 2,000 people, mentored 500+ people and has helped complete 400+ projects with results that range between $50,000 and $8 million dollars in savings.
Her facilitation expertise runs the gamut, from facilitating leadership retreats with executives to coaching managers on Leader Standard Work, and facilitating Process Walks and Kaizen Events with front line employees and project teams.
She is also a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt instructor at University of California at San Diego (UCSD) and teaches in the Lean Enterprise Certificate Program at San Diego State University (SDSU).
Continuing Education Units:
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