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Why is this important?

Leaders need to understand the correlation between strategy and process improvement.  Too often, process improvement efforts are focused on problems and issues that are not strategically relevant to the organization. As a result, even if the process improvement efforts are successful, they do not produce meaningful results.  In fact, this same lack of results also leads to unwarranted disillusionment with process improvement in general.


What is it?

Our Stratinnovation© course is a three-day, fast paced, fun-filled and interactive learning experience for middle-management level leaders in all industries. It blends key elements of strategic planning and Lean Six Sigma methods and tools.  
Topics covered in Stratinnovation© include:


  • Strategic Planning overview
  • Developing Strategic Themes
  • Mission and Vision development
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Developing Strategic Objectives
  • Developing Targets
  • Lean Six Sigma phases overview
  • Defining problems
  • Project Chartering Basics
  • Measuring techniques
  • Process Mapping
  • Analyzing Processes
  • Value Add Analysis
  • Eliminating Waste
  • Sigma Quality Level
  • Brainstorming
  • Solution Development
  • Control Plans
  • Conducting Strategic Reviews
  • Metric Development


All students receive digital training materials, tools for ongoing practical application, and Stratinnovation© Training Certificate upon completion.


How do I get this training?

For more information, pricing, or to reserve a training date, please contact us at info@potentianow.com


Note:  A minimum of 15 students per class is needed as the centerpiece of the curriculum is a highly interactive office simulation exercise.  Maximum student load is 20 per class.

Stratinnovation©

(Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Plus)


What’s in it for you?

Participants will be able to understand strategic planning methodology, how to create a shared Vision and how to effectively integrate process improvement efforts in order to achieve their Vision.  They will return better equipped to create focused strategic plans, identify problems, map and analyze their work, eliminate non-value added process steps and activities, measure their results, evaluate their strategic plan, and be more efficient and effective in everything they do.