Champion Training Course Description
Why should you take our Champion Training Program?
The Champion acts as a senior management representative of the project team. Basically, they are the promoter or champion of the project to the rest of the organization. The champion is responsible for:
- The success of the project team
- Being the project champion to the rest of senior management and the organization
- Ensuring that the project team has everything it needs to succeed
The Champion is involved in the development of the project charter in conjunction with other members of the senior management team. They are primarily involved in:
- Development of the problem and goal statements
- Selection of project team
- Launch of the project
- Price: $495
- Total Time: 8.5 hours
- Self Paced Learning: 7.5 hours
- Instructor Led Webinars: 1 hour
- CEU: # .85
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What is involved in the Champion Training Program?
Learn more about what is involved in our Champion training course.
- Understand the role and expectations of being an effective champion
- Know how to select and charter Lean Six Sigma Projects
- Know how to be an effective Champion to improve organization performance
- Understand how to proactively reduce your own and others’ resistance to change, win support, and empower others
- Know how to utilize your organization’s infrastructure to identify resources, remove barriers, and launch projects.
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Champion Training Belt Program Topics
Here are the topics that will be covered throughout your training:
- The history of quality and continuous improvement
- Basic quality
- The Juran management system
- The Juran Trilogy
- The need for change and continuous improvement
- How to improve quality
- Introduction to variation and waste
- Continuous improvement structures
- Effective team membership
- Overviews of improvement methods (DMAIC, Lean, Root Cause Corrective Action, Quality by Design)
- Introduction to Selecting Projects
- Executive leadership profile
- Champion profile
- Belt profiles
- Identify potential projects
- Obtain data to clarify problems
- Evaluate and select projects
- Categorize by method and create project charter
- Select team
- When do I terminate the project?
- Project selection matrix template
- How to think about lean
- Define value
- Measure value
- Analyze process flow
- Improve process pull
- Control process
- Champion involvement
- Expectations for project team participation
- Purpose of project reviews by the champion
- Deliverables for each phase