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. To help you do this, we regularly host an interactive webinar “Grab Your Project. This time we’ll give you tools for defining the scope of your project. We work in teams (online breakout sessions) on your own project idea and selection. In addition, roadblocks and how to solve them will be addressed and you will get tips on how to successfully complete your project.
If you have already chosen a project or have advanced ideas about it, it is important to choose the right delineation. The more compact and better the scope of the project, the more likely it is to succeed. Many students find this difficult. This webinar will discuss the do’s and don’ts regarding the scope determination of a project.
In addition, Herbert Koppelman, employed by Witte van Moort as production manager, shares his best practices. For his Lean Black Belt certification project, he improved the process in the tool shop, the department where in-house tools are produced at Witte van Moort. Because if this department performs better on quality and delivery reliability, it also produces higher output for the plant. After all, the risks of production line downtime due to faulty tools are reduced. “The nice thing is, when you turn a knob somewhere, it also has a positive effect elsewhere in the process. That was a real eye-opener for me,” Herbert said.
Then we will work in groups on your own project and scope setting, getting tips from our experienced trainers and giving each other feedback. Finally, we address any roadblocks and resolve the reasons that lead to project failure.
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.
Providing insight, knowledge for setting up a successful Lean or Lean Six Sigma Green or Black Belt project and giving concrete tools for starting your project, such as project idea, selection and scope and insight into possible roadblocks.
1:30 p.m.: Start webinar with welcome and introduction
13:45 – 14:15: How to start a project and what do you run into – Jan Alexander Knol and Ed van Deenen, Symbol
14:15 – 14:45: Best practices former student – Herbert Koppelman, Witte van Moort
14:45 – 15:00: Break.
15:00 – 15:45: Workshop and feedback
15:45 – 16:00: Closing.
The webinar will take place Nov. 25 from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
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