The essential idea is that peer educators and learners share some degree of common experience and desire to help and learn from one another. Peer education is based on the assumption that learners are often likely to relate to and trust others in their own circumstances more than professionals whose experience might be entirely different from theirs.
Jim Bowie is a strategic performance improvement expert with more than 24 years of experience leading high-impact efforts in diverse environments and industries around the world, including government, corporate and nonprofit organizations. Jim Bowie is the author of “Lean Acres: A Tale of Strategic Innovation and Improvement.
What is Lean Six Sigma (and what isn’t)?
This question is becoming more prevalent as the evolving world-market drives organizations to seek continuous improvement (quality, throughput, speed, cost, etc.) and innovation. Google it – you’ll find a bunch of answers. Some agree, some conflict, and others are just, well, way out there. But, as with everything, there is right and wrong. Come on down and have a conversation with an expert. During this session, we’ll discuss the core principles and components of Lean as well as those of Six Sigma, and how they combine to amplify results with Lean Six Sigma.
If you are interested in becoming a speaker to share your knowledge and experience with your peers.
Please fill out the Speaker Form and return it to:
Danita Roble Droble@regionalchamber.biz
(Found on the Chamber Websight under the Resource Tab)