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Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business announces the March 30th Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Green Belt Class.
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business announces the March 30th Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Green Belt Class.

Georgia Tech Scheller College Announces March 30th Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Class

Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business announces the March 30th Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Green Belt Class. The upcoming 5-day introductory Lean Six Sigma class begins March 30th and focuses on the tools, techniques, and methodologies of Lean Six Sigma.

LSS is a program that merges the best of Six Sigma and the best of Lean Manufacturing/Lean Enterprise to provide the ultimate problem-solving approach for dynamic resolutions in the workplace. Problem-solving at its best, LSS is a practical, applicable approach that can be applied across all industries, functions, and services. 

The March 30th Lean Six Sigma Green Belt students will learn the framework for solving problems and improving processes using the DMAIC (Define/Measure/Analyze/Improve/Control) principles in a variety of hands-on classroom projects and activities. Students will also learn the processes for streamlining and improving production of a product or service’s entire life cycle; how to reduce waste and lower defects; and how to improve customer satisfaction  

Master Black Belt instructor, Lee Campe, will be teaching the March class. “There are many LSS programs out there, but none quite like those offered at Georgia Tech Scheller,” Campe shared. “Georgia Tech LSS courses are hands-on and results-driven. The class provides you the skills and knowledge to be both the change agent and the go-to problem solver for your organization.”

Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, The Coca-Cola Company, Michelin NA, Pirelli Tire, and State Farm have turned to Georgia Tech Scheller College for LSS training because of the world-class problem-solving skills employees can use from day one. 

 “Lean Six Sigma is a great way for professionals to improve their company’s processes and there is no better place to do it than at Georgia Tech,” said Malisa Gipson, LSS Program Manager. “Georgia Tech has a state-of-the-art campus in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Our Lean Six Sigma students report they chose our Lean Six Sigma programs because of the caliber of learning they know they will get at Georgia Tech and the value that having a Georgia Tech credential on their resumes will give them.”

Georgia Tech Scheller College offers two of the most in-demand Lean Six Sigma certifications in business today, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean Sigma Black Belt. Completion of the LSS Green Belt class is a prerequisite to enrolling in the LSS Black Belt course and provides the DMAIC framework and skills needed for more in-depth study during the Black Belt course.

Early Bird Registration and special pricing is available for those who register before March 16th. Contact Malisa Gipson at  for more details on the March 30th LSS Green Belt class and the Early Bird Registration discount.

Register for Georgia Tech’s March 30th Lean Six Sigma Green Belt class

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