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Value Stream Mapping  

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Value Stream Mapping

Value Stream Mapping is a team-based process improvement technique used to evaluate and document current processes and design and generate a plan for a desired future state.  This in-depth course is designed for Lean Six Sigma coaches, managers and leaders seeking a more structured approach to transforming and improving processes in a wide range of businesses and organizations.

In this course you’ll learn how to:
  • Develop a basic understanding of Lean Six Sigma principles and processes.
  • Identify and use standardized value stream mapping icons and metrics.
  • Construct a current state map.
  • Identify wasteful activities and other areas for improvement.
  • Build a future state map and develop an improvement plan.
  • Involve team members and leaders in implementation.
Course fees: $ 799 + $45 registration fee + books.

Find more course info and instructor bio in the class links below.


Register for Value Stream Mapping
Course #: 18FTLN002A-E
Instructor: Nathan Navarro Fee: $799.00
Contact Hours /CEU's   Day(s)
of Week:
  Dates: Times:
16 Hours / 1.6 CEU's   Tu Th   9/25/2018-10/4/2018 5:00 PM-9:00 PM
DATE CHANGE: Class starts one week later than originally published.
Building/Room: Mukilteo Rosehill Community Center, Fowler

Materials included.


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