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Lean Six Sigma Fast Track Yellow and Green Belt Training

Fast Track Lean Six Sigma course (Green and Yellow Belt) delivered by Dr Maneesh Kumar at the Novotel Hotel in Cardiff.

Thursday 20th June and Friday 21st June (Yellow Belt)

Monday 24th June - Wednesday 26th June (Green Belt)

Dr. Maneesh Kumar is a Lecturer in Service Operations at Cardiff Business School. Before joining Cardiff, he was a Lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University. His PhD research focussed on the application of Six Sigma in UK manufacturing SMEs from the University of Strathclyde. His other degrees include a Masters in Research (2005) from Glasgow Caledonian University and a B.Tech in Manufacturing Engineering (2004) Ranchi University, India. Maneesh has considerable experience in delivering these programmes and the feedback he receives is always excellent, so we’re delighted that he is going to be delivering this programme for Cardiff Business School.

More information is available from our leaflet below. If you would like to register, please contact either Maneesh ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or myself ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

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The Launch of ICipS

‘On Tuesday 27th November a group of esteemed guests attended the launch of ICiPS (The Institute of Continuous Improvement in the Public Sector) at the Cabinet Office in London.  The Lean Enterprise Research Centre and Cardiff Business School are pleased to be a partner in this endeavour. Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Crown Prosecution Service, opening the event reflected on his experiences of continuous improvement (CI) and the dramatic improvement that the application of CI has made to the speed of taking cases to court. He went on to discuss the benefits that CI can deliver in bringing people together and the power of introducing CI disciplines to deliver better results whilst avoiding the risk and disruption associated with grand projects. The Crown Prosecution Service are looking to adopt CI as a core value and Peter welcomed the launch of ICiPS, recognising the valuable support role it would play.

Speakers from the Cabinet Office, ICiPS, Hull and Cranfield Universities and the Welsh Government explored the challenges faced when implementing CI in the public sector, how these challenges can be overcome and how ICiPS will work to support delivery of CI through the provision of resources, services and support.

Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society, delivered a thought provoking key note speech in which he stressed that CI really matters and, in a society where the public demands more and the money available to provide public services is less, every pound saved is a pound less that has to be found from elsewhere. He emphasised that CI was not just about financial gains but also the benefit CI delivers through its ability to enhance employee engagement, increase productivity and fundamentally change how the public engages with the state. He ended his speech by acknowledging the key role that ICiPS could play in supporting the delivery of continuous improvement and encouraging a more joined up approach across the public sector.’


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