Launching Lean 6/BPM for IT Training!

  • August 26, 2008
  • Lance

We are pleased to announce the availability of Lean Six Sigma/BPM training for IT organizations and professionals! In today’s Information Technology environment the need to build, manage, and sustain companies’ information assets is of critical importance; as is the notion of “doing more with less.” This class is designed to provide as much practical understanding of how to incorporate Lean Six Sigma tools and methods to increase the capability of any Information Technology organization. From governance frameworks such as ITIL to software development using Lean and Agile techniques. Lean Six Sigma is a very powerful model that will provide a tremendous value to IT.

This class is in partnership with, the nations premier training and education company for Six Sigma certification. Their customers include Kaiser-Permanente, Pepsi, AOL, Nokia, BankOne, Motorola, GE, Johnson & Johnson, and many others.

This is a 4 day class that will provide practical hands-on experience in integrating Lean Six Sigma and BPM with IT. Most if not all other Six Sigma for IT training that is on the market is only a day or two long and incredibly high level. We are bringing a true practioner’s course to market and one that doesn’t necessitate that the student already be Lean Six Sigma knowledgeable.

The agenda looks like this:

  • Lean Flow  Method
  • Six Sigma Overview
  • Constraint Management
  • Understanding Voice of Customer
  • Critical-To’s in Rqmts Gathering
  • Root Cause Techniques
  • Failure-Mode Effect Analysis
  • Six Sigma and CMMi
  • Lean Software Development
  • DMAIC in Software Engineering
  • Designing Software using DMADV
  • Queue Modeling
  • Quality Function Deployment
  • Six Sigma in IT Governance
  • Six Sigma in IT Project Management
  • BPM Foundations
  • Techniques for Gaining Acceptance

As you can see from these modules, this course aims to provide not only the education content but also various activities where you will put this knowledge to use and be able to go home to immediately begin receiving value from the week spent in the training.

You can get more information and register for the class here.

First class is in Dallas, Texas, Dec 8-12th. Hope to see you there!

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