Creating a Lean Management System Workshop
The Lean Enterprise Division and the Healthcare Division are jointly sponsoring a full-day workshop on March 2, 2016, following the Lean & Six Sigma Conference in Phoenix.
The workshop is titled: “Creating a Lean Management System” and the Instructor is Maryjeanne Schaffmeyer of ThedaCare’s Center for Healthcare Value.
Registration is now open at: http://asq.org/training/creating-a-lean-management-system-one-day-workshop_CLMSWKSP.html
LED Sharepoint Site - Now Live!
The LED SharePoint Site is now live at url: https://asqhq.sharepoint.com/LED/_layouts/15/start.aspx#/
The final training on the platform will be held on Monday August 10th at 9 PM EST. The login information is below. You need to attend if you would like to obtain your SharePoint user id and password!
If you have any questions, please contact Brian Galli
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
You can also dial in using your phone.
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Add Valuable Published Author Credits to your Resume
Add Valuable Published Author Credits to your Resume Have a great article idea? Know of an interesting case study? Want to add valuable published author credits to your resume? Our sister publication Six Sigma Forum Magazine (SSFM) with a circulation of 10k+ is looking for articles and case studies on six sigma related topics. To submit an article, case study or abstract or for more information contact Jim Bossert, SSFM Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Lean Enterprise Division is proud to bring our members information about events in other divisions that we feel may be of interest to you. Here are just a few we’ve found that you might like:
Upcoming Webinar - "Leader Standard Work. What, when, for whom and why" – presented by David Mann
Webinar Date/Time: June 10th 11:30 AM MDT
Leader Standard Work is the essential element in a lean management system. It's the element in the system that closes the loop on process focus, and keeps it closed.
Process focus sustains lean applications and captures previously unrecognized problems - opportunities for extending leans gains and bringing continuous improvement to life.
Lean production and lean management form a lean ecosystem, which when healthy makes a better day at work for leaders and front line workers as well, by eliminating frustrating delays for workers and endless firefighting for leaders. The value proposition for leader standard work is that it sustains the gains from lean and the benefits to leaders and workers alike. That is, if you like the reduction in daily chaos and firefighting brought about by the new lean application, leader standard work is the critical element in sustaining it, and the better day at work the lean gains provide you.
In this webinar David details both the tactical and strategic (or executive) levels, of leader standard work. After watching this webinar you will have the basic concepts you need to implement leader standard work at your company.
Click on the link to register now.
July 27-30 ASQ Reliability Division Training in Orlando
Interested in weeklong training in the field of reliability engineering? For more information—including complete course descriptions, pricing information, and registration and cancellation policies—visit www.asqrd.org/awards-2/orlando-courses.
LED Learning Series – Free Online Lean Training
There is still time to take advantage of the free “Introduction to Lean” online module on the LED Learning Series portal, which will be available through May 31st. For more information on the LED Learning Series or to access the free module, visit http://asqled.qualitycampus.com/cloud/index.asp. Once on the site click on the “Welcome” button to access the free module. The next free module will be on PDCA. For questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org
The ASQ Lean Enterprise Division LED Learning Series (LLS) was launched during the 2015 Lean and Sigma Conference. This program is a free and low cost Lean curriculum of education and training for those individuals interested in Lean who wish to become practitioners as well as, for Lean practitioners who wish to become Lean certified. Coming next are live, online and blended offerings for Lean in Healthcare and Lean Certification Preparation.
The Lean Enterprise Division now offers eLearning courses for our members! As part of our "Value to our Members", we offer one free eLearning module per quarter. Check out this quarter's FREE module as well as our other great offerings.
Want a Lean course taught at your company by Lean experts? We offer Lean certification prep courses as well as Lean essentials boot camps. Contact our Professional Development Chair, Lance Coleman, to find out how ASQ's Lean Enterprise Division can help.
(DEARBORN, Mich., March 31, 2015) – Continuing to set the standard for operational excellence and an improved workforce, the Lean Certification Alliance has introduced customer-driven improvements to its Lean Certification program, a globally recognized standard for lean principles and practices. (Read More)
Lean Education & Application at Mayo Clinic by Luke Ramlow and Sean Clark
ASQ Healthcare Division has a new, asynchronous webinar ready for viewing at the following Link
Anyone in LED that wants to register is welcomed by the Healthcare Division. A registrant only needs to be a member of ASQ. (Read More)
Free Recorded YouTube Webinars are available to our Division Members and guests under the ASQ News section above (LED YouTube) or under our Webinars tab at the top.
Newsletters are available for download!