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Driving Efficiency and Quality: West High's Journey Through Lean Six Sigma Training

Updated: Apr 17

Tuesday, March 26, 2024


At West High School, students are taking their education to the next level by participating in Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training. This training equips them with valuable skills in process improvement and problem-solving, preparing them for success in the workforce. As part of their training, students are working in collaborative groups to apply the SIPOC (Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs and Customers) method, which helps them identify key elements in a process and understand how they interact with each other. Through this hands-on experience, students are able to see the impact of their work in real time and gain a deeper understanding of how to make meaningful improvements.


Putting their training into action, West High School students are using the SIPOC method to analyze and improve processes. By working together in groups, students are able to bring a variety of perspectives and ideas to the table, leading to more innovative solutions. Through this process, students are able to identify inefficiencies and bottlenecks, and develop strategies to address them. This hands-on experience not only helps students develop their problem-solving skills, but also teaches them the importance of teamwork and collaboration in achieving successful outcomes. Ultimately, the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training is empowering West High School students to make a positive impact in their school and beyond.



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