Being trained as a Green Belt is a great start, but having a good project to apply your new skills in a real-life situation is key to consolidating your learning and building motivation for this method of improvement. So, what is a “good” project? How do you know what “good” means? And how does the rest of your organisation know, so that there’s consistency in delivery and impact across all of your trained Green Belts?
If you missed our webinar on ‘What Makes a Good Green Belt Project?’, you can now watch the recording. Sean Buckland shared his experience of how to shape your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt projects in terms of scope, team and leadership, and purpose and benefits.