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SIX SIGMA was developed by  Motorola in 1986 as a management strategy for  business that depends on  statistical analysis to improve the production  process of the company. SIX SIGMA  methodology was originally used to  reduce variation in ele

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SIX SIGMA was developed by Motorola in 1986 as a management strategy for business that depends on statistical analysis to improve the production process of the company. SIX SIGMA methodology was originally used to reduce variation in electronic manufacturing processes in Motorola Inc in the USA. After more than 25 years it is now the most popular management methodology. SIX SIGMA is a structured and disciplined methodology using facts, data, and required statistical analysis to improve and reinvent business processes across industries. A SIX SIGMA process will be 99.9997% defect free or produce only 3.4 Defects per million opportunities.

LEAN MANUFACTURING was adopted by Toyota Motor Corporation and is a set of tools developed to reduce waste associated with the flow of materials and information in a process from beginning to end. The goal of LEAN MANUFACTURING is to identify and eliminate non-value added activities and steps in a process to improve turn-around time by streamlining production, improve quality and eventually enhance customer loyalty. The technique helps to speed up action and decision-making process of a company while decreasing inefficiencies in the production and increasing the quality of the products.

LEAN SIX SIGMA is an integrated approach with a combination of both the concepts — SIX SIGMA and LEAN MANUFACTURING. SIX SIGMA aims to get rid of defects in a defined and stable process and Lean focuses on improving efficiencies by eliminating waste. The concepts and methodologies of LEAN SIX SIGMA are universally applicable to all types of organizations. LEAN SIX SIGMA is used as a business performance methodology, all over the world across industries as diverse as manufacturing units, aerospace, banks, hospitals, software development, retail companies, contact centers and even government departments. This list is endless and organizations have invested in training, culture building and overall skill development to be ahead of competition by meeting and exceeding the needs of the customers.

Course Outline

1. Objective of the Training:

This program is ideal for Individuals or Companies aspiring to be Change Agents, Project Managers, Facilitators and Consultants in the journey of adopting Quality Management Systems, Continuous Improvements and Innovation. They will be trained on tools helpful in improving businesses and processes using DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control Phases) and Lean Manufacturing concepts.

2. The Training provides:

  1. A strong foundation of Lean Six Sigma Methodology
  2. A structured methodology which will change the way you solve business problems
  3. Skills to be a successful Change Agent and Ambassadors
  4. Knowledge of basic statistical tools which can be used in your current role
  5. Easy to use Methods of selecting and monitoring Six Sigma projects
  6.  Develop readiness and expertise to lead Small and Medium-scale improvement projects

3. How does it benefit the Organization?

Organizations will benefit in the following ways by:

  1. Developing a Culture of innovation
  2. Encouraging data backed and logic based decision making culture
  3. Improved customer services resulting from more robust and consistent process designs
  4. Ongoing cost reduction resulting from continuous process improvements framework
  5. End to End Process prospective and enhanced understanding of within and beyond team linkages
  6. Enhanced resource management due to process Design and Implementation effectiveness

4. Our Training and Certification Methodology:

  1. Interactive 4 day classroom training with examples and case studies from various industries
  2. Group Exercises, Videos, Case Studies and Excerpts of Industry Best Practices
  3. Change and Project Management Tips and Tricks, reading material, books and easy to use toolkit
  4. Practice of Techniques to challenge status quo and improve process efficiency
  5. Review and preliminary discussion on real projects undertaken by participants
  6. Written exam (open book) with at least 70% passing marks (100 Questions, Exam Duration :90 minutes)

5. Other Lean Six Sigma Trainings from ProPM Academy

  1. Executive Six Sigma Training Program – 1 day Course
  2. Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training (Customized for IT Professionals) – 2 day Course
  3. Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training (Customized for Retail & Supply Chain Industry) - 2 day course

Target Audience

  1. Prerequisites: 
    1. A degree (bachelor’s or global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience
    2. Basic  understanding of Quality Methodologies and Frameworks
    3. Participant should have influence on her / his project and process
    4.  Participant should have atleast one current or potential improvement project idea 
  1. Who Should Attend the Training:
    1. Quality Professionals involved in Quality Assurance, Quality Improvement and Quality Control
    2. Project Leaders and Managers
    3. Finance Production and Inventory and Vendor Management Professionals
    4. Senior and Top Management from SME and Other Industries
    5. Operations Heads / Manager
    6. Profit and Cost Centre Heads / Managers
    7. HR and Management Consultants

Training Agenda

Day 1  Contents: (Overview of Lean Six Sigma and Quality + Define Phase Introduction)
1.    Basic Concepts:
1.1.    Origin and History of Six sigma
1.2.    Importance of Six Sigma – Philosophy, Key Business Drivers and Impact
1.3.    Organizational Performance Scorecard and Metrics
1.4.    Project Selection and Prioritization – A Practical Approach
1.5.    Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in the Organization
2.1.    Lean Principles in the Organization
2.2.    Lean Principles – Kaizen, Poka Yoke, 5S, Seven Wastes
2.3.    Lean concepts and tools
2.4.    Kaizen
2.5.    5S
3.    Change Management
3.1.    Team Exercise on Change Management Tools
3.2.    Change Management – Identification, Implementation, Tools, Stakeholder Management
3.3.    Theory of constraints
4.    Define Phase:
4.1.    CTQ , CTP Matrix, Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
4.2.    Methods to collect customer feedback (e.g., surveys, focus groups, interviews, observation)
4.3.    Translating customer requirements

Day 2  Contents: (Define Phase + Measure Phase)
4.4.    SIPOC , Process Mapping , Functional Maps
4.5.    Defects, Defective, DPMO, DPO, Rolled Throughput Yield (RTY); Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
4.6.    Project Management Basics
4.7.    Project Charter – Prerequisites
4.8.    Team dynamics and Performance
5.    Measure Phase:
5.1.    Y=F(X) Diagram
5.2.    Data Types: Discrete and Continuous
5.3.    Data Collection Plan
5.4.    Sampling plan and techniques
5.5.    Measurement System Characteristics: Tolerance; Precision; Accuracy; Linearity, Stability
5.6.    Process Capability Indices like Cp, Cpk, Cpm, Zst, Zlt, Zshift, ppm (DPMO)

Day 3  Contents: (Analyze Phase and Improve Phase Introduction)
6.    Analyze Phase:
6.1.    Fish bone diagram : Cause and Effect analysis and diagram
6.2.    Introduction to control charts – Continuous and Discrete Data
6.3.    How to read SPC? Identification of errors : rules
6.4.    Hypothesis Testing
6.5.    Design and Process failure mode and effects analysis (DFMEA & PFMEA)
7.    Improve Phase:
7.1.    Idea Generation
7.2.    Evaluating solutions  and Cost benefit analysis

Day 4  Contents: (Improve and Control Phase)
7.3.    Solution selection tools
7.4.    Designing  an Implementation Plan
7.5.    DOE Overview
8.    Control Phase:
8.1.    Ensuring Error Proofing
8.2.    Sustaining Improvement Results
8.3.    Developing Standard Operating Procedures
8.4.    Process and Change management
8.5.    Project Closure Formalities
9.    Project Closure:
9.1.    Capturing Project Learning / Project Documentation
9.2.    Lessons Learned – documenting repeatable and replicable do’s and don’ts from your project
9.3.    Class Exercise : Summarize learning’s
9.4.    Written Exam


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