When: Saturday May 6th, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Building D, Room D1010
Seneca College, Newnham Campus
1750 Finch Avenue East, Toronto, ON M2J 2X5
If it was easy to improve business and project results, results would always improve. We know in reality, however, that is far from the case. Leaders understand the true power of managing the improvement of critical business results through project teams. That is why they seek to address the most difficult process improvement issues they face through the planning and execution of projects. By extension then, it stands to reason that those involved in those projects, namely project managers and business analysts, should be trained in a process improvement methodology, and there is no better approach to process improvement than Lean Six Sigma. As a discipline with a focus on process improvement which is driven by key measure improvement, the Lean Six Sigma methodology becomes another arrow in your quiver. Though they may seem completely different, you’ll no doubt see that the disciplines of project management, business analysis, and Lean Six Sigma are, in fact, complementary. Thousands of companies across the world have discovered the far-reaching benefits of learning and adopting the Lean Six Sigma methodology; through the “Lean Six Sigma for BAs and PMs” workshop, you will explore concepts and tools that provide immediate value when applied at all levels of your organization’s projects and operations.
**Workshop is limited to 25 people
Vincent is a principal at Global Project Synergy, working with clients in the fields of project leadership, business analysis and Lean Six Sigma. He has many years of direct senior-level experience in various aspects of project life, including Project Management, Business Analysis, Business Process Improvement and Enterprise/Organizational Design and Planning. Vince has successfully instructed and trained hundreds of managers, executives and project practitioner professionals in multiple disciplines, to improve their understanding of project methodologies, as well as the relationships between them.
Fees (Subject to HST):
PMI-SOC Member (Login prior to registering): $150.00
Non-Members and Guests: $180.00
PDU: 1.5 Technical