Six Sigma is simply a method of efficiently solving a problem. Using Six Sigma reduces the amount of defective products manufactured or services provided, resulting in increased revenue and greater customer satisfaction.
SixSigma is named after a statistical concept where a process only produces 3.4defects per million opportunities (DPMO). Six Sigma can therefore be also thought of as a goal, where processes not only encounter less defects, but do so consistently (low variability). Basically, Six Sigma reduces variation, so products or services can be delivered as expected reliably.
- Complete understanding of Six Sigma.
- Gain an understanding of what waste is and how to identify it so that it can be reduced.
- Become aware of variation and techniques to reduce it.
- Become familiar with the DMAIC team project model.
- Be aware of the infrastructure needed to support a Lean Six Sigma effort
- Discover Lean6σ techniques to process improvement, integration, and new product projects
- Refresh your basic statistics and process improvement skills
- Learn the common language and terms of Lean6σ learning areas, projects, and professionals
- Skill to Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) processes
- Assess if Six Sigma and Lean processes are a fit for your organization
- Understand where Lean6σ may yield increased revenue or decrease product and service expenses.
- Learn how to work with Lean6σstaff, consultants, and vendors and key Lean6σ roles
- Understand the various Lean, 6σ, and Lean6σ designations such as 'Green Belt', 'Black Belt'
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