ASQ Approved Lean Six Sigma Green Belt


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  • Quality and Productivity

Course Description

 
Why Attend
 
Come and learn the breakthrough methodology that can save your company millions of dollars!
The Six Sigma methodology is a systematic application focused on achieving significant financial results and increasing customer satisfaction. When properly deployed on carefully selected business projects, this methodology can lead to a significant reduction, and in many cases elimination, of defects, process waste and out-of-control processes which translate into dramatic business gains.
 
Course Methodology
 
This course is instructor-led and classroom-based. The instruction is a blend of lectures, applications as well as individual and team based exercises. Laptop computers will be used extensively during the course to practice on Minitab. Various exercises and a full case study will be used to direct and illustrate the implementation of a project. Learned skills are practiced and applied through individual and team exercises as well as individual projects. Participants will be able to apply the concepts learned in the course to a business improvement project assigned to them by their management sponsor. Games and discussions will be used to enrich course delivery.
 
Course Objectives
 
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
 
Develop the Six Sigma methodology and apply its roadmap
Apply the principles of the Six Sigma 'DMAIC' performance improvement model
Examine in detail the various elements of building a complete project for improvement
Develop statistical hypotheses using simple statistical tools
Use quantifiable tools to solve problems related to an improvement project
Eliminate waste and defects by applying Lean and Six Sigma
Collect, analyze, and quantify data that enable process improvements
Employ statistical analysis using statistical tools and software
 
Target Audience
 
Individuals from all organization departments including finance, quality and business operations staff functions as well as those who have direct intervention as process owners or stakeholders.
 
Target Competencies
 
Applying Six Sigma
Understanding Lean
Using 5S
Using poka yoke
Understanding descriptive statistics
Understanding hypothesis testing
Understanding measurement system analysis
Developing control charts
Computing process capability
 
Course Outline
 
Six Sigma overview
 
History and origins
Why Six Sigma?
Cost of poor quality
Project details
 
Define phase: tools and methods
 
Charter the improvement project
Define the scope
Six Sigma project definition
Project selection process
Define the Voice of Customer (VOC) and 'CTQ'
Kano model analysis
Team development phases
Communication plan
Project planning and management
 
Measure phase: introduction and tools
 
Types of data
Computing 'DPMO' and sigma levels
Process mapping
'FMEAs' and cause and effect
Graphical analysis
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and multi plot diagrams
Chi square analysis
Histograms
Measurement systems analysis: gauge R&R
Sampling techniques
Introduction to Minitab and 'QIMacro' software
 
Analyze phase: introduction and tools
 
Probability and basic statistics
Control charts and stability
Data normality
Process capability, 'Cp' and 'CpK'
 
Improve phase: introduction and tools
 
Piloting and implementation
Introduction to lean enterprise
Types of waste
Lean tools
'5S' program
Value stream mapping
Lean and Kaizen
 
Control phase: introduction and tools
 
Statistical process control

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