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So you're thinking about getting certified in Lean Six Sigma (LSS)? If you think the certification process is confusing, then just wait, it's probably far worse than you think. The process of getting certified is unlike most other types of certification methods, so there's a lot to consider. Allow me to share a few things that most LSS training organizations won't tell you but you'll be glad to know as you embark into your LSS journey.
It’s a common dilemma. Folks who are new to Lean Six Sigma (LSS) often struggle with finding a good project where they can apply LSS. But to make matters worse, it’s rarely their fault. The wrong projects are often selected for them by someone who should’ve known better.