FastPitch is a one-day interactive introduction to Lean Six Sigma that builds excitement and buy-in for Lean Six Sigma and process improvement initiatives. It’s a Simulation/Game Workshop used by organizations around the world to lay the groundwork for hundreds of millions of dollars in increased revenue, decreased costs and improved collaboration.
Learn Lean Six Sigma By Experiencing It
- Engaging, educational and fun!
- Creates a collaborative environment that strengthens organizational morale
- Quick and easy to set up and run smoothly
- World-class quality, used by Fortune 1000 companies around the world
- Available as a one-time use or licensable for unlimited use within your organization
By immersing you and your team in an entertaining, educational environment, FastPitch is delivers a clear understanding of the basic principles of Lean Six Sigma and provides practical insight on how it can helps your organization ensure its sustainability and growth in an increasingly challenging economy.
Regardless of your industry, FastPitch conveys Lean Six Sigma concepts in a relatable manner to you and every level of your organization. Both service-based and manufacturing-based organizations find FastPitch invaluable to launching successful process improvement initiatives because it creates awareness of continuous improvement principles and gains the required buy-in from important stakeholders for Lean Six Sigma efforts to succeed.
“We’re responsible for people becoming mobile which is a very big deal. I really needed to address our cycle time and my challenge was getting my leadership team onboard in order for anything to happen. Putting them through the simulation gave them exposure to metrics and realistic problem solving by actually participating in improvement as opposed to sitting through a lecture. With the Champions workshop they all got so engaged that we immediately launched 5 initiatives and identified some critical immediate fixes. It was the jumpstart my team needed.”
– Sandi Neiman, Chief Operating Officer, National Seating & Mobility
The FastPitch stand-alone kit includes everything you’ll need to run the workshop one time. Workbooks that support the content covered in the workshop are an additional $75 each. A facilitator guide is included, but a Certified FastPitch Facilitator is required for first time users (see below for details).
- For 6 to 24 participants: $1,000
- For 25 to 40 participants: $1,500
- For 41 to 55 participants: $2,000
- For 56 to 75 participants: $2,500
First Time Users
For first-time users, a Certified FastPitch Facilitator is required to ensure the workshop is run properly so that you and your team receives the greatest experience and highest ROI. Our Certified FastPitch Facilitator can then train an internal facilitator at your organization to run FastPitch afterwards, saving you time and money in the long run. FastPitch Facilitators costs vary, so please contact us using the form below for details.
“The session was great! Several of my team members had positive comments and they are already thinking of ways they can improve our processes. [FastPitch] really helped the team to understand how the process improvement tools can be applied”
– Director Compensation & Payroll Services, Sempra (Southern California Gas & Electric, US Gas & Power)
Contact us for availability and pricing. Ask about our first-time use Pilot Discount!
Six Sigma Instructor and MBB
Fast Pitch works! It is a fun engaging opportunity to experience the power of Lean six Sigma improvement. Having run many simulation this is my favorite. Who wouldn't want to have fun pitching Hollywood movies? It starts with fun and ends with uplifting learnings. I like that the simulation is flexible to match the number of roles with the number of people you have. The kit has all you need including a great instructor guide with key points to engage the right discussions and make fact based decisions. I highly recommend Fast Pitch and have found it works well to immerse all employees in this experience so they build a common problem solving approach. This is a great simulation!