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Project, Contract & Procurement Seminars

ASQ Approved Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

REF: P4124  DATES: 27 - 31 Oct 2019  VENUE: Paris (France)  FEE: 4500 


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.

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.

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 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.

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.
  • Voice of Customer (VOC) and Critical to Quality (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.
  • Standardization and documentation.
  • Control plans.
  • Mistake proofing.

Green belt project and tollgate review:

  • Project charter submission.
  • Tollgate questions.
  • Tips and tricks to get your project started.
27 - 31 Oct 2019
Paris (France)


ASQ Approved Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Paris (France)

COURSE DATES: 27 - 31 Oct 2019


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