About the Course
What is Six Sigma?
Six sigma is quality control tool development by MNC Motorola and is extremely powerful compared to any other concept like ISO or PCMM because it changes the complete process of thinking of the management. It has both top down approach and bottoms up approach and because of this it is a very unique tool.
Topics CoveredUnder yellow belt you will learn
a. How to define and identify problems in a process or an organization?
b. How to use various statistical tools to measure the impact of the problem on company resources?
c. How to implant the changes identified by the green belt?
d. How to keep the tolerate limit for errors or defects within the prescribed limit of 3.4 PPM by Six sigma?
e. How to use Gantt charts, fishbone analyses, Hypothesis testing, PE diagrams etc, to ensure efficiency of all the departments contributing to the profits of the company.
Individuals who have become yellow belts can graduate to black belts also after 3 months of real time project work with our assistance.
As on date Six Sigma is considered 10 times more powerful than ISO 9000 and is the real reason of success behind most MNC companies.
Black Belt Module
This is a 4 day course and after completion of the same people can train upto yellow and green belt. The course can also be broken into 4 hours daily or 2 hours on webnairs.
Who should attendSix sigma is a basic tool which can be used by any organization small or big right from an ordinary coffee shop going to large project management companies, MNC’s. IT companies and it concentrates on organizational transformation. The concept of Six sigma has been developed by Motorola primarily to increase the benefits of the company by reducing defects and errors at every stage of production or an actively. Hence Six sigma‘s ultimate objective is to increase the profits of the company.
Key Takeaways1. In depth understanding of analyze, control and improve in DMAIC approach.
2. How to use mini tab for quick analysis
3. Anova, T-test, regression, test for variance.
4. Value added & non-value add items in control chart.
5. FMEA/DOE/POBO-YOKE live examples.
6. Control charting like Pareto, run chart, fish bone analysis.
7. Charts, np charts, p charts, u charts, x-s charts, X-R chart when and where to use them.
8. Project management
9. 8D – exercise
11. Mind mapping with software.
12. FDM, yields and sigma levels.
13. How to prepare 6 sigma report.
14. Live and mock projects.