What Makes a Good Green Belt Project? A recording of our webinar

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?

Join Sean Buckland as he shares his experience of how to shape your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt projects in terms of scope, team and leadership, and purpose and benefits.

Questions about what makes a good Green Belt project?

If you have any questions about this topic, you can reach the PMI team at: team@pmi.co.uk.

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Raise the Bar:

Drive Your Performance Excellence

30 sep 15:00 UK TIME
  • Never before has the case for doing more with less been greater. Find out how performance excellence can help.

    Join us as we explore:
  • The benefits
  • Where to start
  • How to reinvigorate

In the Footsteps of Customers:

How to Understand What You’re Really Like to Do Business With
28 Oct 15:00 UK TIME
  • Do we really know what it is like to be our own customer and what opportunities for improvement that may be hidden from us?

    Join our expert panel as we explore:
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  • Methods and approaches to understand the voice and experience of the customer
  • The possible gains of getting right

Organising for Change:

How to Optimise Your Improvement
25 NOV 15:00 UK TIME
  • We often get asked by customers what structure and roles do they need to deliver an effective improvement programme.

    Join us as we explore:
  • Is there an optimal structure for managing change?
  • Should teams and projects be centralised or devolved?
  • What resources do you require?
  • What are the roles in effective improvement?

Celebrating Success, Learning From Failure:

Getting the Most From Your Improvement Projects
16 Dec 15:00 UK TIME
  • How often or effectively do we make space to ensure we understand and learn from the causes of our successes and failures?

    Join us as we explore:
  • Why is it important?
  • What methods are effective?
  • How can you get started?

More resources that might interest you:

Selecting those problems which have the best chance of achieving a substantial shift in your processes, and delivering value for your customers, is key. 

Read now:  What is a Green Belt Project? Blog

It can be a struggle to know where to draw the line between needing a Kaizen project and just getting on with making a change.  So how do you know?

Watch now:  What Makes a Good Kaizen Project? webinar

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PMI consultant Dennis Crommentuijn-Marsh draws on his years of experience to talk about what makes a good Black Belt project.

Watch now:  What Makes a Good Black Belt Project webinar

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