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Volunteers Needed for The Great LSS Race 

The Great LSS Race is a fast-paced competition during which teams use their Lean Six Sigma (LSS) knowledge to improve a real campus busines process. For the first time we're taking it virtual! We're looking for help in the following roles: video editor, Zoom room monitor, LSS expert and more.

If interested, visit the Competition page (and scroll down a bit to view volunteer needs). The signup deadline is April 12. 

Speak at Process Palooza

Have a great topic or success story to share? We're close to finalizing our virtual 2021 speaker lineup but we're always open to hearing new stories and powerful messages. Email if you've got a presentation or topic idea. 

Host Your Own Process Palooza 

You are welcome to host a Process Palooza on your location. Check out the information in the left-hand column to learn how UC San Diego pulled it off, and how you can refashion Process Palooza to meet your needs. You'll learn:

  • What to include in your event
  • How to set up a competition based on improving a process through Lean Six Sigma
  • The people and materials needed


Business Excellence -  Community of Practice (BECoP)

UC San Diego’s Business Excellence Community of Practice (BECoP) is a consortium of local communities of practice for

  • Change Management
  • Process Improvement based on Lean Six Sigma
  • Project Management

Learn more about BECoP.

Lean Bench

Lean Bench members support and advance UC San Diego’s Strategic Plan goal of creating an agile, sustainable, and supportive infrastructure by ensuring a dedication to service, people, and financial stewardship. The cohort of selected Lean Bench members are recognized as process improvement experts across the institution.

Learn more about Lean Bench.

Lean Six Sigma

Lean Six Sigma is a methodology used to help continuously improve how we work, the processes we follow, and the services we provide. It starts with the customer in mind, and aims at balancing increased efficiency with improved quality. The improvements are systematic and based on well-defined and measured data.

Learn more about Lean Six Sigma at UC San Diego