While Lean Six Sigma methods have been proven to be effective in corporations and businesses, how does this discipline apply in the nonprofit world?
This presentation will discuss how nonprofits can use Lean Six Sigma as a way to maximize the positive impact on society with the resources and funding available. The presentation will also outline several best practices for volunteering with nonprofits, and how volunteering can be helpful for personal development and employee satisfaction.
Benefit for Attendees:
* How continuous improvement methods can be applied to nonprofits and government agencies to improve your local community
* How volunteering with nonprofits can be good for your skill development and very rewarding in your life
* Learn best practices for volunteering with nonprofits
*Why allowing your employees to volunteer is good for your business
Brion Hurley is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at Business Performance Improvement, located in Saint Louis. He teaches Lean and Six Sigma classes, facilitates workshops and events, performs statistical analysis, and mentors employees through improvement efforts. He volunteers his time with local nonprofits. He is the author of the “Lean Six Sigma for Good” book series.