Do you have your LSSA theory certificate on file? Then tackle an improvement project within your organization as soon as possible in order to get the most out of your training and add value within your organization. This interactive webinar will give you tools to create your project charter; you will work in teams (online breakout sessions) on your own project charter. In addition, roadblocks and how to solve them will be addressed and you will get tips on how to successfully complete your project.

Many trainees find it difficult to start and successfully complete a project. After all, how do you define your project and translate it into the project charter? What roadblocks are there? Or why is it difficult to complete the project on time? During this webinar, a former student will first share his best practices. Then we will work in groups to create your own project charter, getting tips from our experienced trainers and giving each other feedback. Finally, we will work on any roadblocks and resolving reasons that lead to project failure.


For whom

This webinar is intended for anyone who has earned the LSSA theory certificate from a Green or Black Belt training course and will be undertaking a project.



Provide insight, knowledge for setting up a successful Lean or Lean Six Sigma Green or Black Belt project and concrete tools for starting your project, such as feedback on your project charter and insight into any roadblocks.



In the first part, our experienced trainer and consultant Joris van Solt will provide you with insights into how to successfully tackle a project. Topics include the project charter, the role of the champion, building the project according to the DMAIC method and any roadblocks. Next, former student Astrid Vos, process technologist at CSK Food Enrichment, will share her best practices. Finally, we will interactively engage in break-out sessions on the project charter and roadblocks.

13:30: Introduction
Joris van Solt – consultant | MBB, Symbol

1:45 p.m.: Best practices – learning from a field project
Astrid Vos – process technologist, CSK Food Enrichment

2:30 p.m.: Break
Opportunity to grab a cup of coffee or tea

2:45 p.m.: What does a good project meet?
Joris van Solt

3:00 p.m.: Break-out session
You will work in groups on two assignments:
– 1. You discuss your own project charter with your team members,
– 2. what are the possible reasons for not completing the project, what are the roadblocks and how do you resolve them?

3:30 p.m.: Feedback & wrap-up
Project groups present key findings, questions are collected and answered.

4:00 p.m.: End



The webinar will take place Nov. 26 from 1:30 to 4 p.m.


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