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Six Sigma Quality Applications for Business Growth


Posted On: 2016-03-30


Understand Six Sigma and 10X rates of improvement and how they will best fit into your organization and its path forward.
Experience variation, its impact and the fun and benefits of reducing it.
Learn and practice eliminating the root causes of process problems
Make decisions that are data driven
Have Six Sigma practices become "Habit Forming" and everyday conversation.


Six Sigma "What it is"----"A Grounding"
Before Six Sigma, the early days, the need to keep an open mind
Variation and where it exists
The way we work, the need for change
What is Six Sigma, why we need it, and why it is different
Defects and the Cost of Quality
What is process management and its relationship to Six Sigma
A review of classical improvement systems/methods
The metrics of Six Sigma
Common questions and assumptions
Process capability
When the Six Sigma approach makes sense
Six Sigma, Link to Lean Production Systems, and Six Sigma Black Belts
Six Sigma Cycle
Six steps to Six Sigma for various functions
Improvement tools and methods
Links to cycle time
Six Sigma mission statement, environment, and principles
A path to "Getting Started"
Lean Production Systems definition, 7 types of waste, 5 phase implementation cycle
Six Sigma roles within an organization
Black belt description, attributes and functions
Six Sigma Black Belt certification process /example
Six Sigma Projects
Team initiation process and types of teams needed
Team problem solving
How to baseline your project
Process Maps and Value Streams
Project Prioritization Matrix and Tree Diagrams
Area Resource impact and commitment needed
Achieving Six Sigma Performance
Predicting performance: variation and probability
Common variation Vs special variation
Variation can be used as a predictive tool
Statistical process control (SPC)
Ways to measure improvement
Black Belt project documentation
Change management
Potential Barriers to Six Sigma Implementation
Technical barriers
Behavioral barriers
Organizational barriers 


Process owners, managers, and analysts
Group leaders and employees with the potential of becoming a Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt
High potential employees
Directors and coordinators of TQM, ISO, or Six Sigma
Managers of Administration, operations, or manufacturing
Process and product engineers
Process re-engineering members or teams

Course duration: 5 days

Course Fee: 390 USD

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