e-learning

Business Improvement System

This is a free e-learning course. It introduces key mechanisms in  a strategic business improvement system (BIS). BIS is based on selected elements from Lean, Six Sigma, Business Process Management, Balanced Scorecard and Agile methods. BIS is designed to support ambitious companies on their journey towards sustained great results. The course describes:
  • What a business improvement system is
  • The purpose of a BIS
  • Key mechanisms in a BIS
12 month access
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What's included?

  • 7 Chapters
  • 7 Videos
  • 3 PDF
  • 1 eBook
  • 1 Certification

Course content

  • What research tells us about great companies and their improvement structures
  • Why control structures has to be viewed in combination with the improvement structures
  • How selected parts of Lean, Six Sigma and other related initiatives can be combined in a strategic improvement system
  • Alternatives to strengthen your competence about what it takes to produce lasting great results

Practical information

Duration
Appoximately 41 minutes effective time
Media supported for playback
PC/Mac, tablets and smart phones
Exa
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No exam.
White Belt diploma is available after completing the course 
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The instructors

Sven Danielsen

Course instructor
About Sven
Sven Danielsen (PhD) is Aksena's CEO and founded the company in 2002. He has since then worked as a strategic advisor and trainer in Lean, Six Sigma and related methods such as BPM, BSC and Agile methods. As a result he has been leading instructor in several hundred Green- and Black Belt courses. 
About Henning
Henning Bakken is a Senior Advisor and Partner at Aksena. He has more than 20 years of experience from larger companies where he has had key roles in implementing improvement methodology, mainly within Lean, Six Sigma, BPM and continuous improvement. As part of this, he has also worked as a course instructor. 

Henning Bakken

Course instructor
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