Macomb-OU INCubator Presents: Lean Green Belt Certificate Programs

Macomb-OU INCubator Presents: Lean Green Belt Certificate Programs

AUBURN HILLS – As part of Oakland University’s Lean Diversification Program and endorsed by the Michigan Lean Consortium, the Macomb-OU INCubator is offering two Green Belt Certificate Programs for business managers looking to develop excellence, nurture innovation, efficiently allocate resources, and eliminate waste.

Participants in the Green Belt Certificate program will gain the ability to tackle targeted concerns within a company’s value stream or operations, apply Lean principles to focused areas of the business and recommend ideas for culture change.

The 53 hours of classroom instruction includes an average of two days per week in the classroom, a one-day benchmarking visit for a Lean assessment, and seven weeks allotted for independent completion of individualized projects. Students will earn 5.3 continuing education units and an Oakland University Professional and Continuing Education completion certificate.

For more information, visit oakland.edu/macombouinc/lean-diversification.

Macomb-OU INCubator at Velocity Center
(586) 884-9320 | macINC@oakland.edu
LEAN GREEN BELT CERTIFICATE
(part of the OU Lean Diversification Program)

Cohort #1: March 22, 25, 29, April 1, 5, May 24
Cohort #2: April 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, June 14
All sessions: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Cost: $1,800

Location: Mac-OU INC at Velocity Center
6633 18 Mile Rd, Sterling Heights

Registration: Contact Mac-OU INC at (586) 884-9324 or email: macINC@oakland.edu

By |2016-02-19T17:05:54+00:00February 18th, 2016|Clean Update, Entrepreneurs|

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