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PEX Network annonce le lancement d'un enseignement en ligne à l'intention des professionnels de l'Excellence des processus et de la méthode Lean

LONDRES, January 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Permettre aux professionnels des processus d'obtenir une qualification en matière d'amélioration des processus

PEX Network a le plaisir d'annoncer le lancement de nouvelles formations se déroulant entièrement en ligne et s'adressant aux professionnels de l'excellence des processus. Les formations seront dispensées par le nouveau PEX Institute et permettront aux participants de devenir compétents dans la mise en place et l'animation de projets réussis d'amélioration des processus dans votre organisation.

Les formations du PEX Institute, avec le soutien de The Quality Group (TQG), sont disponibles pour la certification Lean Six Sigma (LSS), ceintures Jaune, Verte, Noire et Executive. Chaque formation commence par une introduction à Lean, Lean Roadmap, Six Sigma et la méthodologie DMAIC. Les participants développeront ensuite des capacités spécifiques en matière d'outils, d'analyse et de déploiement pour vous permettre d'organiser vos propres projets Lean et Six Sigma.

Toutes les personnes participant à des programmes Lean, Six Sigma, Amélioration du processus ou Excellence du processus trouveront ces formations du PEX Institute utiles et bénéfiques. Ces formations commencent la semaine du 4 mars 2013. Le PEX Institute accepte désormais les demandes d'inscription à ses formations hybrides Lean Six Sigma sur le site http://www.pexnetwork.com/institute.

Vanessa Lovatt, directrice générale de PEX Network déclare : « C'est une étape historique pour nous, notre communauté de plus de 70 000 membres, les participants à l'événement et tout le secteur des professionnels de l'excellence des processus. Il s'agit d'un service que les membres de la communauté PEX demandent depuis un certain temps et nous sommes contents de pouvoir le leur fournir, conformément à norme exceptionnelle et dans un environnement en ligne permettant ainsi une participation mondiale.

Notre association avec The Quality Group, qui fournit depuis plus de vingt ans des formations hybrides d'amélioration des processus, est une façon idéale pour améliorer la crédibilité de l'industrie. »

De son côté, Rob Stewart, PDG de TQG ajoute : « PEX Network est une organisation très respectée par les professionnels de l'excellence des processus. Ses conférences sont toujours de haut niveau et sa communauté est très diverse et active. Par l'intermédiaire de son réseau, TQG se réjouit de partager nos formations hybrides concernant les programmes LSS et Amélioration des processus, pour le bénéfice de ses membres, grâce à la formation Lean Six Sigma de haut niveau du PEX Institute. Désormais, grâce à ce partenariat, PEX Network sera en mesure de répondre à la demande croissante en matière de connaissances sur l'amélioration des processus et de capacités en exécution de projet. »

Pour plus de renseignements sur les programmes de formation, veuillez consulter http://www.pexnetwork.com/institute

À propos de PEX Network

PEX Network est une communauté en ligne à adhésion gratuite comptant plus de 70 000 membres qui fournit aux professionnels des processus un accès exclusif à une bibliothèque de ressources multimédias, créées par des dirigeants de premier plan, à propos de Lean Six Sigma, de BPM, de l'Excellence opérationnelle, de l'Amélioration continue et d'autres sujets concernant l'excellence des processus. Ensemble, nous aidons les professionnels de l'excellence des processus à découvrir les meilleures méthodes pour obtenir des résultats mesurables dans ce domaine et à rechercher, à travers une collaboration globale et mondiale, des solutions pratiques aux problèmes spécifiques des processus.

En plus des ressources en ligne, PEX Network organise chaque année plus de 30 rencontres dans le monde entier consacrées à des industries spécifiques telles que les services financiers, les télécommunications et les entreprises de services publics et le secteur de l'énergie. Nous organisons également des sommets inter-industries majeurs sur l'excellence des processus, à Orlando, Floride (semaine PEX) et à Londres, Angleterre (semaine PEX Europe) chaque mois de janvier et d'avril.

The Quality Group (TQG) produit depuis 1992 des solutions d'eLearning innovantes qui améliorent les vies, les organisations et les communautés. Leader dans le domaine des solutions hybrides d'apprentissage pour les entreprises du palmarès Fortune 500, TQG propose des expériences d'apprentissage élégantes et basées sur la technologie, à l'échelle mondiale, en mettant constamment l'accent sur l'amélioration des processus. The Quality Group travaille aussi avec des partenaires dans le milieu universitaire et celui de la distribution stratégique pour répondre à leurs demandes en matière d'eLearning hybride. Pour plus de renseignements sur le The Quality Group, veuillez consulter http://www.thequalitygroup.net.

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