Twelve Zanesville High School (ZHS) Juniors earned their Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification while learning the Lean Six Sigma methodology under the facilitation of Master Black Belt Brad Hollingsworth. In addition educators and administrators completed their Yellow Belt, Green Belt, and Educator Black Belt certifications to provide the opportunity to even more ZHS students.
Fairfield County Health Department team members participated in Lean Six Sigma certification. One team significantly reduced the wait time for WIC clients as a result of their Green Belt certification project.
Access Services (Access), the Los Angeles Consolidated Transportation Services Agency that administers the paratransit plan for 46 public fixed route operators across Los Angeles County has awarded Hollingsworth Consulting LLC a five-year contract to perform demand forecasting services. The competitive requests for proposals stipulates that at Access’ sole discretion, the contract may be extended for up to five (5) additional years in one-year increments.
Using Lean Six Sigma methodology during a Kaizen event, facilitated by Brad of Hollingsworth Consulting, a team reduced the time for placing orders for their customers. Once the root causes for the longer process were identified, Brad coached the team as they identified solutions and implemented them.
Pike County Career Technology Center Engineering Technology students participated in Lean Six Sigma training earning Yellow Belt and Green Belt certifications. The first training was made possible thanks to funding from The Ohio State University Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP).