Six Sigma Green Belt

Introduction:

The  Six Sigma methodology is a systematic application that is focused on achieving significant financial results and increasing customer satisfaction through data based/ quantitative problem solving tools. When properly deployed on carefully selected business projects, this methodology can lead to significant reduction and elimination of defects,
process, process waste and out of control processes which translates into dramatic business gains. This Six Sigma Green Belt training teaches and prepares individuals to implement the principles, practices, and techniques of Six Sigma . SSGB are involved in Process Improvement Projects.

Why Six Sigma Green Belt?

Six Sigma is a smarter way to manage a business. It puts customers first. It uses facts and data to drive better solutions. It is a business process that allows companies to dramatically improve their bottom line by designing and monitoring everyday business activities in ways that produces major returns on investment, improve quality while increasing customer satisfaction.

Course Outline(SSGB)

1. Fundamentals of Quality Management

  • 1.1 Journey from QC to QM
  • 1.2 The Objectives of TQM/QA
  • 1.3 Benefits of Quality Management System
  • 1.4 Performance: Outcome or Output
  • 1.5 Types of Outcome
  • 1.6 SS Projects Dashboard

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2. Introduction of Six Sigma

  • 2.1 What is Six Sigma?
  • 2.2 Six Sigma History
  • 2.3 DMAIC Process
  • 2.4 Why Six Sigma Projects Fails?
  • 2.5 What is Sigma as a Symbol
  • 2.6 What is Sigma as a Value
  • 2.7 What is Six Sigma as a Level
  • 2.8 Six Sigma Methodology (Stages)

3. DMAIC Phase 1: Define

  • 3.1 Balanced Scorecard
  • 3.2 Pareto Chart
  • 3.3 Project Selection
  • 3.4 Project Charter
  • 3.5 Process Flow Diagram
  • 3.6 SIPOC Diagram
  • 3.7 Value Stream Mapping
  • 3.8 Sigma Calculation

4. DMAIC Phase 2: Measure

  • 4.1 Select Measures & Data Collection Planning
  • 4.2 Descriptive Analysis
  • 4.3 C&E Diagram
  • 4.4 Pareto / Pivot Analysis
  • 4.5 Box Plots
  • 4.6 Histogram
  • 4.7 Control Charts
  • 4.8 Identification of Major Xs
  • 4.9 Identification of Major Ys
  • 4.10 Scatter plot

5. DMAIC Phase 3: Analyze

  • 5.1 Cause and Effect Diagrams (Fishbone Charts)
  • 5.2 Why-Why Analysis (Brainstorm Root Causes) Five-Why, One-How
  • 5.3 FMEA / X-Y Matrix
  • 5.4 Correlation Analysis
  • 5.5 Hypothesis Testing
  • 5.6 Identification of KPIVs & KPOVs

6. DMAIC Phase 4: Improve

  • 6.1 Identification of Possible Solutions (Brainstorming)
  • 6.2 Experimentations (DOE)
  • 6.3 Pre & Post Analysis/results
  • 6.4 FMEA
  • 6.5 Control Charts

7. DMAIC Phase 5: Control

  • 7.1 Poka-Yoke (Mistake Proofing)
  • 7.2 Documentation & Procedures (SOP’s)
  • 7.3 Process Control Plan (Monitoring & Response Plan)
  • 7.4 Team Feedback Session

Faculty:

Certified Professional having sound knowledge and experience of the field will lead the training program.

Who Should Join :

The course is intended for top executives and managers of large- and medium-scale organizations, and for those who already possess basic knowledge of organization’s operations and want to know about Six Sigma Breakthrough Strategy.

Certification:

PIRT Certificate will be awarded after successful completion of course.

Duration:

2 Months – (8 Weeks) – 40 Cr. Hrs.

Sunday Only  ,  Timing: 10:00am to 1:00pm