USAG RC Lean Sigma Green Belt Award ceremony on the Village Green
CASEY GARRISON - Richard Wessel, Directorate of Plans, Training and Mobilization and Security operations and plans officer,(center) recieves US Army Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification during the award ceremony Sept. 25 on Village Green. The two congratulatory letters from Lt. Gen. Robert Wilson, Installation Management Command commanding general, and Brig. Gen. John Uberti, IMCOM-Korea commanding general, along with the the certification were given to Wessel in recognition of his achievement as well. Lean Six Sigma is a system of methods for continuous process improvements utilized by the Army. Its primary goal is to reduce costs and improve efficiency by reviewing and reforming existing processes. To be declared a green belt, candidates must get though instructive courses as well as succesfuly finish a project that make substantial improvements in the existing process. Green belt is the second level of Lean Six Sigma training, which are granted to project team leaders.

Red Cloud GARRISON - Richard Wessel, Directorate of Plans, Training and Mobilization and Security operations and plans officer,(center) recieves US Army Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification during the award ceremony Sept. 25 on Village Green. The two congratulatory letters from Lt. Gen. Robert Wilson, Installation Management Command commanding general, and Brig. Gen. John Uberti, IMCOM-Korea commanding general, along with the the certification were given to Wessel in recognition of his achievement as well. Lean Six Sigma is a system of methods for continuous process improvements utilized by the Army. Its primary goal is to reduce costs and improve efficiency by reviewing and reforming existing processes. To be declared a green belt, candidates must get though instructive courses as well as succesfuly finish a project that make substantial improvements in the existing process. Green belt is the second level of Lean Six Sigma training, which are granted to project team leaders

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