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IASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Exam Included)

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Tipologie Short course
Methodologie Online
Unterrichtsstunden 24h
Dauer 8 Days
Online Campus Ja
Versendung von Lernmaterial Ja
Beratungsservice Ja
Persönlicher Tutor Ja
Virtueller Unterricht Ja
  • Short course
  • Online
  • 24h
  • Dauer:
    8 Days
  • Online Campus
  • Versendung von Lernmaterial
  • Beratungsservice
  • Persönlicher Tutor
  • Virtueller Unterricht
Beschreibung has just added this course in IASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Exam Included) in its catalogue. In only 8 days, you will be able to explain how to measure process and product in a manufacturing or business project plan.

Six Sigma was instroduced by Bill Smith, Motorola engineer, in 1986. His statistic and empirical strategy is now core in Motorola, while it is used in many other industrial sectors. To reduce time processing or to increase client satisfaction are some of the keys in Lean Six Sigma.

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Six Sigma is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement. It was introduced by engineer Bill Smith while working at Motorola in 1986. Jack Welch made it central to his business strategy at General Electric in 1995. Today it is used in many industrial sectors.

Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of the output of a process by identifying and removing the causes of defects and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes. It uses a set of quality management methods, mainly empirical, statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization, who are experts in these methods. Each Six Sigma project carried out within an organization follows a defined sequence of steps and has specific value targets, for example: reduce process cycle time, reduce pollution, reduce costs, increase customer satisfaction, and increase profits.

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Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?

Become a key stakeholder in leading, and implementing lean six sigma projects in your organization to Black Belt level
Understand Six Sigma and DMAIC Methodology to Black Belt level
Describe how to identify an improvement project in the Define phase to Black Belt level
Explain how to measure process and product in the Measure phase to Black Belt level
Perform data analysis and hypothesis testing in the Analyze phase to Black Belt level
Identify the possible improvement actions for the performance of variations in the Improve phase to Black Belt level
Define efficient operating levels for inputs and outputs in the Control phase to Black Belt level
Identify the voice of customers, their requirements and needs
Understand their role in the success deployment
Understand how to develop a strategy for Six Sigma approach
Apply the DMAIC process to business issues to Black Belt level

Ist dieser Kurs für mich?

Quality and Process Managers, System Managers, Analysts, Auditors, Engineers and Executives who need to have a thorough understanding of Six Sigma to a Black Belt level. As part of your job role, you may also require the application of Six Sigma in process/quality improvements.
Production Managers, Production Supervisors, and Customer Service Managers
People wanting a thorough understanding of Six Sigma thinking and techniques
Consultants who want to incorporate Six Sigma Black Belt into their service offerings
Professionals working in the support functions like Finance, Purchase, Sales, Marketing, Training, Recruitment, Operations, IT-Support, Travel, etc.

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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Project Control
Project Manager
Six Sigma
Systems Administration
Lean Manufacturing
Manufacturing Engineering
Sales Techniques
Project Management
Quality Training
Sigma Certification
Manufacturing Process
Black Belt
IT service managent


IASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONIASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: DEFINE PHASEDEFINE – Course StructureDEFINE – Introduction to Six SigmaDEFINE – Steps and ToolsDEFINE – The Cost of Poor QualityDEFINE – Six Sigma MetricsDEFINE – LeanDEFINE – Project CharterDEFINE – Phase SummaryIASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: MEASURE PHASEMEASURE – Course StructureMEASURE – Process Mapping OverviewMEASURE – Types of Process MapMEASURE – Inputs to the ProcessMEASURE – Cause and Effect DiagramsMEASURE – X-Y MatrixMEASURE – FMEAMEASURE – Basic Statistics Part 1MEASURE – Basic Statistics Part 2MEASURE – GraphsMEASURE – Measurement Systems Analysis OverviewMEASURE – Measurement Systems Analysis – Continuous DataMEASURE – Measurement Systems Analysis – Quantitative DataMEASURE – StabilityMEASURE – Capability AnalysisMEASURE – Capability Analysis – Non-normal DataMEASURE – Phase SummaryIASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: ANALYSE PHASEANALYSE – Course StructureANALYSE – OverviewANALYSE – Multi-vari AnalysisANALYSE – Classes of DistributionsANALYSE – Hypothesis TestingANALYSE – Sample Variance and Population VarianceANALYSE – Comparing Two SamplesANALYSE – Comparing More Than Two SamplesANALYSE – Testing a Sample Against a StandardANALYSE – Tests for Non-continuous Output DataANALYSE – Test for Equal VarianceANALYSE – Phase SummaryIASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: IMPROVE PHASEIMPROVE – Course StructureIMPROVE – Regression AnalysisIMPROVE – Multiple RegressionIMPROVE – Design of ExperimentsIMPROVE – Full and Fractional FactorialsIMPROVE – Concept GenerationIMPROVE – ImplementationIMPROVE – Phase SummaryIASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: CONTROL PHASECONTROL – Course Structure and OverviewCONTROL – Final Capability and Lean ControlsCONTROL – Control PlansCONTROL – Centre Line and Control Limit Calculation, Control PlansCONTROL – Phase SummaryIASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: CONCLUSIONCONCLUSION