The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship’s Hudson Center of Entrepreneurship and Executive Education graduated ten people from its open-enrollment Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification class on Saturday, Dec. 9.
As a way to teach the Green Belt tools and concepts, participants were divided into two groups to analyze the “Sterling Restaurant” case study and present their process improvement recommendations. Participants learned how to effectively utilize problem solving methodology, measure a situation, analyze data and root causes and control and sustain results. After taking the certification exam, each participant was presented with a plaque and is now eligible to take the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification class. The participants were employees and executives from companies such as American Express, CVS Pharmacy, Memorial Healthcare System, The Continental Group and SFN.
The Hudson Center offers Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, Green Belt and Black Belt training to individuals and corporations.