Principles of Lean Six Sigma


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A Foundation Training on the Principles of Lean Six Sigma.

Six Sigma is a quality improvement methodology that aims to reduce defects and improve efficiency in businesses. It was first developed by Motorola in the 1980s, and has since been adopted by many other companies.

There are two key concepts in Six Sigma: variation and process capability. Variation refers to the amount of deviation from the desired result, while process capability is a measure of how well a process can meet its targets.

Six Sigma uses a number of quality tools and techniques to help businesses reduce defects and improve efficiency. These include statistical analysis, process mapping, and design of experiments.

The course begins with an introduction to Six Sigma, including its history and some of the key concepts and tools associated with it. You will then learn about the DMAIC problem-solving methodology, which is at the heart of Six Sigma. This will be followed by a detailed overview of each stage of the DMAIC process. Finally, you will learn about some of the common tools and techniques used in Six Sigma projects.

By the end of this course, you will have a good understanding of what Six Sigma is and how it can be used to improve businesses. You will also be familiar with the DMAIC methodology and the tools and techniques used in Six Sigma projects.

Principles of Lean Six Sigma Learning Objectives:

– Identify a business case for Lean Six Sigma

– Assess a process using key process indicators, and identify improvement opportunities

– Design an SIPOC diagram to support the defined Lean Six Sigma project

– Execute an improved process with target conditions as designed in the DMAIC cycle

– Demonstrate correct documentation of the steps used in the DMAIC cycle

– Communicate valid, actionable information to all stakeholders (including top management)


Principles of Lean Six Sigma Course Prerequisites:

– Participants should have a basic understanding of statistical analysis.

– Participants are not required to have any previous knowledge of Lean or Six Sigma.