3 Lean Six Sigma Tools to Reimagine the Future of Work

As we try to get back to work in the “new normal” leaders are looking for new ways to improve effectiveness, save costs, and adapt to the rapidly changing environment.  While we cannot operate in crisis mode forever, we also cannot go back to the way we’ve always done things. Process Improvement programs like Lean and Six Sigma have been successful in creating workflows that are both flexible and scalable, while extracting new pockets of value for customers and stakeholders.  Join us to explore how 3 Lean Six Sigma tools can help you and your organization redefine your operational process to align with the future of work.  We will be sharing examples and case studies of what organizations are doing today and answer your personal questions on how you can implement these in your current role.

By attending this webinar, you will:

  • Understand virtual work as a process
  • Learn how to do a virtual waste walk
  • Be able to identify customer and stakeholder requirements

At the conclusion of the webinar, you will gain access to templates for these three tools that you can use immediately to start redefining your processes.

Your Facilitators:

Sheryl Vogt

Sheryl has over 30 years of professional experience as a quality and process improvement leader within manufacturing, distribution, healthcare, non-profits, call centers, research and development, and government organizations. Sheryl has coached and trained executives in leading continuous improvement organizations and has mentored hundreds of Lean Six Sigma Green and Black Belts.

Sheryl is a certified Master Black Belt and holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.

Amita Sherwood

Amita Sherwood is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt who is passionate about empowering people and organizations to achieve extraordinary results. She has spent over 19 years partnering with organizations in industries including Insurance, Federal (DoD and Civilian), Health Care, Higher Education, Financial Services, and Information Technology to boost organizational performance and effectiveness.

Amita holds a bachelor’s degree in Management Science and Information Systems from The Pennsylvania State University.