The MBOE and MBOE for Health Care programs are structured to provide minimal disruption to your busy work schedule and personal life. On-campus class sessions meet only eight times for four consecutive days, Wednesday thru Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., over the 12-month program period.
The format of both programs enables students who do not live in Columbus to also enroll in the programs. Getting to Columbus is easy too. Port Columbus International Airport is less than 10 miles from campus and provides non-stop flights from many major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, New York and Philadelphia. The Blackwell Inn located on Fisher College of Business' campus also offers discounted nightly rates to MBOE students.
The MBOE and MBOE for Health Care have six on-campus class sessions together that provides an opportunity to learn from others and to share experiences with people who do not work in the same industry or profession. During the other two separate sessions, the health care students will visit leading health care facilities outside of Ohio. Refer to the program calendars for information about these combined and independent session dates.
Fisher's world-class faculty members as well as Lean experts, who are authors of Shingo Research Prize winning books, provide classroom instruction.
The MBOE program incorporates the use of simulations in our curriculum because it provides hands-on learning opportunities. These simulations allow students to go through a process, apply fundamental lean principles to a situation, and then see the outcome and benefits of operational excellence.
The classroom provides an excellent platform for learning. The Lean Manager's mentoring is enhanced by going to the place where the work is done – "Gemba." It is there, through repeated exposure, that they can best learn the three key elements of Standard Work for Managers.
Students in the MBOE for Health Care will spend time studying at leading health care facilities such as Seattle Children's Hospital and Group Health in Seattle, WA, and Theda Care in Appleton, Wisconsin.