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Our Lean Enterprise courses are created for any professional who desires to or is required to learn how to gain breakthrough efficiencies that will cut costs, reduce wastes, save time, increase throughput and level work within any organization.

VRDS proudly offers our Lean Six Sigma courses to any individual who would like to be certified as a Six Sigma professional, including Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean Six Sigma Champion, among many others.

As the leading provider of Data Analytics courses, we offer the largest, most comprehensive and most practical set of analytics classes. From novice to expert, each class teaches how to practically set up, analyze and draw practical conclusions from their data.

From Scrum to XP to Kanban, our experts can teach you how to develop and operationalize the Lean software development life-cycle (Lean SDLC) that right for you.

At VRDS, we practice what we teach. That’s why our professional services offering makes up such a significant portion of our full range of services. From coaching or an entire Lean Enterprise deployment, we can help.

VRDS offers the knowledge and experience to assess your organization from top to bottom to understand its organizational, operational and cultural current state to create a targeted local or global improvement effort.

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  • Lean Office Waste #3: Handoffs (Part 1)

    Birds do it. Bees do it. You do it almost everyday, especially in the office! I’m referring, of course, to handoffs – the act of turning over tasks, information, data, documents, forms, material goods, etc. to a colleague, group, department, etc. Unfortunately, for something that is such an embedded part of our process, the simple fact is that handoffs are a source of immense waste.

  • Select a Great Team or Suffer the Consequences

    If you read this title and were immediately reminded of that ONE miserable project with a bad team (or team member), then you will probably be responding to this post. But, this post isn’t about bad team members or how to avoid them. Instead, it is about how to select a group of people that can fill the roles required by a project’s scope (be sure you read the post: Kaizen is not Japanese for Free Lunch) effectively and increase the probability of success.

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