Sterling Business School is commencing its 11th academic year and offers you our services for public and corporate training for your professional staff.
Sterling Business School began its activities in 2007 after concluding a content provider and collaboration relationship with the American university, Rowan University, New Jersey, USA. Therefore, Sterling Business School is the only business school in Ukraine which provides world-class courses that are adapted to the realities of the Ukrainian market.
The second unique feature of Sterling Business School is that all our trainers and coaches, in addition to having scientific degrees, have practical experience having implemented quality improvement programs in their own workplace. All tools and skills taught in our training were tested and implemented in the workplace of many internationally known brands.
Reno Domenico, CEO of Sterling Business School in Kyiv, is with three of the five recent graduates in the "Six Sigma" program. The five graduates are: Kateryna Konashchuk, Nataliia Bondarchuk, Kseniia Khanikian, Oleg Narizhny, and Sergiy Bulavin
Sterling Business School, in collaboration with Rowan University in New Jersey, has graduated the first female recipients of a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification in Ukraine. The graduations took place on Feb. 2. The five graduates are: Kateryna Konashchuk, Nataliia Bondarchuk, Kseniia Khanikian, Oleg Narizhny, and Sergiy Bulavin.
Lean Six Sigma is the premier process improvement and quality methodology present in the modern business world. Lean Six Sigma has been promoted and scientifically refined by such successful companies as Motorola, General Electric and even the United States Army. Additionally, Lean Six Sigma has incorporated into is methodology the quality principles of the Toyota Production System, characterized by the systematic elimination of waste in all elements of business.
Sterling Business School, now in its 12th year of operations in Ukraine and the former Soviet Union, has previously trained and certified many black belt levels. But one of the candidates have been female until now. With this group of senior managers from a leader in industrial farming, AgroGeneration, three of the five new black belts will be the first female recipients of the certification in Ukraine.
International certification for Lean Six Sigma follows on a karate-based system of levels of attainment starting with a White Belt, increasing in level of difficulty and process improvement assessment through Yellow Belt, Green Belt and, finall,y the top level certification, Black Belt.