Quality that leads to customer satisfaction is the ultimate goal of Lean Six Sigma.

Whether in manufacturing or healthcare, quality outcomes set apart an organization. The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificate program focuses on both Advanced Lean Techniques and Six Sigma "Green Belt" methodologies to make consistent quality a reality guiding teams to new levels of cohesiveness. Detailed and real-world examples of lean thinking will help quality control professionals integrate theories of business, statistics, and the elimination of waste with the goal of achieving tangible results. Six Sigma methods include project planning and various statistical tools to equip the student as a recognized practitioner of Lean Six Sigma at their organization. 

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For group trainings, contact School of Extended Learning at ContinuingEd@govst.edu


Who would benefit from Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification?

Manufacturing professionals: Anyone looking to remove or reduce waste and streamline manufacturing processes for optimal product output and improved customer satisfaction.  

Healthcare professionals: Lean healthcare is a growing focus due to the need to implement government mandates, improve patient safety, quality, and satisfaction, optimize financials, improve physician/hospital relations, and help implement new technology. 

Why is Lean Six Sigma useful for businesses?

Global Competition: Are you gaining market share and sustaining that growth? 

Journey: Are you on a lean journey or chasing the “flavor of the month?” 

 Customers: Are your employees ready and able to exceed your customer expectations today, tomorrow and in the future? 


Tricia Kerns, EdD, College of Business Faculty

Governors State University’s College of Business has received one of the most distinguished honors awarded to any business education program in the world: accreditation from AACSB International—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Fewer than 5% of the 16,000 business schools worldwide have received AACSB accreditation, which is considered the hallmark of excellence in business education. 

Funding Available: This is a WIOA Approved Program - click for information on how to qualify.