Time is a valuable resource for your organization. Creating efficiencies within your current structure allows you to focus on new initiatives and activities that add value to your organization. Continuous improvement projects streamline current processes while reducing the frustration that customers, end users, process workers, and other stakeholders have with inefficient processes. Continuous improvement tools and techniques help you better understand and capture qualitative information and quantitative metrics to improve organizational efficiencies. The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED) will work with you to create and implement a successful continuous improvement initiative.
Business Process Improvement
Data-driven problem-solving methods (such as Lean and Six Sigma) will empower your employees to radically improve organizational processes, evaluate and address complex problems, deal with redundant and inaccurate data systems, and reduce rework and system slowdown.
Efficiency and Process Optimization
Evaluating and optimizing your business processes helps your employees identify additional resources and opportunities that can fuel business growth. Continually examining these practices helps eliminate redundancies, streamline workflows, improve communication, and forecast changes.
Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma methodologies require strong team collaboration to improve organizational performance while removing waste and redundancies. Through data-driven approaches, your employees can improve current processes to regain valuable time and money for your organization.
Business analysis skills enable teams to improve how organizational requirements are defined and managed, influence the change management process, and better manage projects and scheduling. Your employees can use these skills to help drive organizational growth by improving workflows.
Join us at the Fluno Center
In addition to our Custom Development Solutions, we offer more than 70 sessions of professional development programs at the Fluno Center in Madison, Wisconsin. These interactive, hands-on courses give your employees the opportunity to practice and develop their skills alongside a community of peers. Relevant courses include:
Instructors with Real-World Experience
Instructors for the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development blend world-class research with practical, real-world experience. Our instructors are hand-selected and continuously evaluated to ensure your modern learners leave the experience with practical skills they can implement immediately.