Many organizations have reported a growing gap in skills related to change leadership, practical innovation, and process improvement. Whilst many organizations are now practiced in Lean and Six Sigma, this growing gap is hindering organizations from tackling their ongoing challenges surrounding efficiency and profitability in many European businesses. To combat this, organizations must now invest in training and competency development to build more advanced problem solving capabilities.
Michel Rooyen, business development manager for BMGI Europe, reflects on this increased need for training, stating: “It’s these extra abilities that really make a transformation programme successful and enable its leaders to deliver lasting results. The basic Lean Six Sigma tools provide the perfect foundation, and they are greatly enhanced by a wider leadership and management skill set.”
BMGI’s new schedule of Open Enrollment classroom courses in Europe, running from June 2012 to January 2013, will help give practitioners and business leaders these essential skills. Each course is designed to complement and expand existing Process Excellence expertise. Course options range from hands-on people leadership and coaching to the most advanced techniques in statistical analysis.
Upcoming classroom courses available for enrollment are:
• Design for Lean Six Sigma (DFSS)
• Basic TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving)
• Advanced Lean
• Leading Lean Kaizen Events
• Change Leadership (including Change Pro Simulation)
• Innovation & Design Tools
• Tool Master: Advanced Statistics Tools
Full course specifications, dates, locations and agendas can be found on the BMGI Training calendar at http://www.bmgi.com/
BMGI provides people-driven solutions to your most pressing business problems. Whether it’s through your people, our people, or working side-by-side, BMGI offers the wide-range of services you need to succeed. Be it global or local, big or small, strategic or tactical, we help you find unique solutions to your specific problems. Through its 13 offices throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia, BMGI delivers services in multiple languages and with a mastery of many local cultures. BMGI’s clients, spread across more than 20 countries, include General Dynamics, TNT Express, Avis Budget Group, Credit Suisse, Hitachi, China Chemical, Graphic Packaging, Siemens, the U.S. Navy, Philips, and many others. For more information, please visit BMGI’s website at http://www.bmgi.com. BMGI – Problem Solved!