Enhance your team’s skills, and give them the tools to tackle any challenge, with Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training and certification from JLL.
Lean Six Sigma is a process-improvement system that combines both Lean and Six Sigma methodologies to eliminate waste, improve efficiencies, drive better decision-making and deliver tangible business results. In Lean Six Sigma workshops with JLL, our certified Six Sigma Black Belt and Master Black Belt professionals will provide your teams with comprehensive training on the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology, as well as the specific tools needed to succeed at each phase in the process.The JLL training program structure is unique in that candidates are ready to pursue certification upon training. All candidates are required to have a problem statement or project idea and sponsor prior to registration. In addition, coaching and mentoring support is provided throughout the process to ensure certification is completed within six months after training.Choose from either: a) two, three to four day workshop sessions about six weeks apart, or b) one five-day intensive session. At the end of the program, participants will move on to complete an online test and project using the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC methodology. Upon successful completion of all three components, participants will become Six Sigma Green Belt certified. In the end, you’ll have an elite group of business leaders with the proven ability to fully comprehend, evaluate and solve nearly any business challenge they face—and sustain improvements over time.
After completing our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training for several of its employees, HSBC recognized the following results:
Read the complete HSBC Lean Six Sigma case study.
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In a recent study on the emerging themes in corporate real estate capabilities and organizational models, JLL experts observed that applying Lean Six Sigma principles to your real estate strategy can lead to high-impact results in both service environments and non-technical areas like organizational design.