Lean Six Sigma is a process management method that improves efficiency, reduces waste, and increases quality in business. Process management uses collaborative team effort and statistical analysis to measure and eliminate the root causes of variability and defects rather than guesswork. Originally created for the manufacturing sector, Lean Six Sigma is now used by all types of organizations, industries, and services to improve performance, raise employee and customer satisfaction, and increase profits.
Process management has become an increasingly important part of business efficiency and economics. The international ISO 9001 standard has integrated the process approach into its quality approach, and many major companies and government organizations have implemented process management standards. Not only does Lean Six Sigma improve business performance, but it frequently sets the stage for positive organizational cultural change.
Lean and Six Sigma methodologies are based on a “Belt System” just like in the martial arts. The Belt color determines the level of expertise in Six Sigma Tools and Skills.
ECLEE specializes in Lean Six Sigma certification training that is accredited by both IASSC (International Association for Six Sigma Certification) and LAI (Lean Advancement Institute) of MIT in the United States. we have translated the main Anglo-Saxon repository into French. Our comprehensive, face-to-face, e-learning course covers Lean principles in the healthcare field as well as the three levels of Six Sigma—Yellow, Green, and Black Belt.
Well, I should say I am fortunate to have Dr. Salouhou as my professor for both SCOR Model class in my first semester and for Lean Six Sigma Green Belt in my second semester. His method of teaching has helped me to understand the concept in more detail as he shares his wide knowledge along with real time experiences. Though we had course material to study, the examples and techniques he mentioned during class is what made a difference as it was easy to remember the subject. In fact when he asked a question during the second semester class about a topic which he taught in the first semester I was able to recollect immediately. That’s the impact of his teaching. Of course his classes gave me a knowledge-gaining and fun-learning experience. He has been an inspiration for me to learn more and be up to date with current trends in the corporate world.
It’s my pleasure to be a student of Dr. Salouhou. The most amazing part of the class is his story and experience, which can teach us more than academic knowledge and be different of other teachers. While it is better that if the number of student in one class less than 40 people, so that student can more concentrate on the class and less “disconnected” student who will interrupt Dr. Salouhou.
Dr. Salouhou is a great teacher and know how to keep his classes dynamic. I really appreciated the fact we were in small groups which allowed us to talk more in depth about the topics. The content was great, I loved doing case studies related to real work. Classes were really interesting and help me to understand better lean in an industrial world. However, I'm currently doing my internship in an IT company which apply Lean and we didn't have example about lean in an service company. May be it could be interesting to add this part.
First of all let me thank professor salouhou and his whole team for contributing their time and involvement in providing us an excellent teaching and mentor ship. I would personally thank Dr. salouhou for being a mind blowing teacher, since he made a positive difference in my life. His words/actions have inspired me not to quit in any part of my life. Being guided by him, I’ve learnt so many useful facts & tricks on how to behave in front of potential scenarios/people/job interviews/and so on. I’ve used so many skills which i gained from him and applied at my first ever interview, and successfully nailed it. I sincerely thank and feeling inspired to be a student of him. These sentences are true to the form of my feelings and point of view. Thank you professor Salouhou and team. I wish you a happy future ahead.
Okay that training given may things in professional and personnel and Dr. Salouhou is a great person to me. He gives personal experience in the training and also i am going to apply in real time in future what i learned from lean six sigma.
I would like to share some of the benefits that I gain from the course and teaching methodology by Dr. Salouhou. 1/ The best part of the course was real life examples about how we can we can use Lean tool and techniques in our professional life to improve Supply Chain Management 2/ The class was very interactive which help me to understand complex thing quite easily and specially the workshops conducted to understand the Value Stream Mapping 3/ Now, I am in my professional life as an Intern and the guidance and course taught by Professor is really proving very helpful to me and giving me an upper edge among others. The course was really very helpful for me. Thanks a lot for everything to Dr. Salouhou
I have to say Professor Salouhou made the classes very interesting not only for the certificate but also for our coming career life. The class impressed me most and I have learnt a lot from teamwork organized by professor. As to the certificate, I believe it will help me appeal company related to lean manufacturing industry.
Lean Six Sigma training provided by ECLEE made us, to recall on #commonsense as a way of solving problems in our day to day work. #Lean is about the people, for the people, and (should be provided) by the people. #Values are important, and the most important are the values of your client/costumer, because the reason you exist is your costumer. So many practical things learned, and new horizons emerged as a result of excellent approach of professor Mahamouda Salouhou, who, perfectly combined his in-depth knowledge and his vast experience. His wisdom of leadership was amazing and his values embraced in himself, combined with the actions he is doing pro-bonno are priceless. Until the next training, professor, we remembered: #Lean is a common sense, its about the people, small steps but continuous flow. Never disagree with facts. Everyone wants to be part of the winning team.
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