Here are a couple of reasons why:
Management and Leadership Skills
According to a recent Bloomberg Recruiter Report, the most sought-after skills in the market these days are the ability to collaborate and the capacity to lead. Since the average Six Sigma Green and Black belt can run several projects a year, this gives him/her a strong understanding of problem-solving concepts and allows for a more structured outlook. Recent figures in the US show that the average base pay for a Lean Six Sigma Black/Green Belt stands at $96,637. Want to know how does Lean Six Sigma work? Read this blog post: “Cum functioneaza Lean Six Sigma”.
Whether you have learned how to apply your Lean Six Sigma skills on the production line of a restaurant or while managing the flow of patients from the ED to the ward in hospitals, you will be able to use these skills in any future job you pursue. The term ‘transferable skills' is often thrown around in resumes and interviews, but candidates can rarely explain the nature of their skills and why they are transferable. Lean Six Sigma is an exception for the very reason that it has flexibility and stability at its core. More insights about Lean Six Sigma Transferable Skills you’ll find in this blog post: “Ce efect poate avea Lean Six Sigma asupra carierei mele?”.
With Lean Six Sigma no industry is off limits. Though the business improvement methods started off with serving the manufacturing industry, you will realize that more and more industries are adopting these methods, including IT companies, media organizations, financial firms, and the public service sectors. And this is understandable given the nature of Lean Six Sigma, which relies on limited expenditure, dissuades redundancies, and avails opportunities to reduce wastage and increase productivity. These are the needs of almost every industry.
Additionally, Lean Six Sigma projects can be expected to broaden the range of people from different departments that you will be exposed to, thereby expanding your network. This gives you the potential to take advantage of greater opportunities and helps you move up the career ladder on move sideways if that’s what you’re looking for.
Successful Completion of Projects
This by far is the most important factor that will make you stand out from the crowd. Here at LearningManager, we make a point to only certify you once you have crossed a certain level of practical experience. This is because we understand that though Lean Six Sigma provides you with the skills to run projects, it’s the credibility and successful completion of projects that will showcase your ability and your skills.