Agile Lean Six Sigma, August virtual professional development meeting presentation, Jay Arthur for QI Macros
Jay Arthur, teaches people how to turn data into dollars using Microsoft Excel. Jay helped a healthcare system reduce rejected claims by $24 million. Jay is the author of Lean Six Sigma Demystified 2nd(McGraw Hill 2014), Lean Six Sigma for Hospitals 2nd (McGraw Hill 2014) and QI Macros Lean Six Sigma Software for Excel—a software package that automates all of the charts, graphs, and documents required for quality improvement.
Agile Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma, as it is traditionally implemented, takes too long, costs too much and often fails to deliver the expected results. Instead of 160 hours over four months, you can learn the core skills and start making improvements in four hours or less. You don’t need to know everything to do anything; you only need to know how to use a handful of tools in the proper sequence to start getting results immediately. This is what I call Agile Process Innovation—Lean Six Sigma for Results.