Set in a clinical healthcare setting, St. Sigma exposes students to the problems associated with processing a common blood test. The case study incorporates a series of visual, online process maps and utilizes a DMAIC menu structure. Each project phase offers several options (activities) supported by data sheets, templates, and teaching lessons. St. Sigma contains 27 different activities, from creating a Project Charter to Balancing Capacity. Appropriate for Introductory “process thinking” training through Green Belt.
This session will cover:
- Overview of St. Sigma: How It Works, Target Audience, Facilitator Requirements, Timing
- How to Run It in a Virtual or Classroom Setting
- Example Participant Activities
A Little Background Before You Get Started
We encourage you to watch a video presentation that will familiarize you with the learning theory behind the simulations. It's a recording of a breakout session from an ASQ Lean and Six Sigma Conference.
"Practice Makes Perfect: Better Learning with Simulations" - Bill Hathaway, MoreSteam Chief Executive Officer
Go to: https://youtu.be/4yEfvnMmPiM