The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course will advance the skills and knowledge of professionals who, through practical experience, have demonstrated their basic mastery of the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control (DMAIC) process and by previously attaining Six Sigma Green Belt status. The application of a critical thinking using the data acquired through the DMAIC methodology to support company process improvement efforts will be major focus of the discussions and in-class activities.
- Apply the Six Sigma Black Belt project responsibilities and team roles for deploying Six Sigma within the organization for improving project results.
- Select appropriate project management and quality tools to manage Six Sigma projects.
- Develop a business case (project charter and team performance) for Six Sigma project success in a specific process related to the participant’s company.
- Implement a data gathering procedure based upon the business case for the project.
- Analyze the Six Sigma project results in a strategic business perspective and communicate these results appropriately to all levels of an organization.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Black Belts, individuals supporting Six Sigma projects, and/or individuals looking to achieve their ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt certification.
SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
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I. Organization-wide Planning and Deployment (Questions 12)
a. Organization-wide considerations
II. Organizational Process Management and Measures (10 Questions)
a. Impact on stakeholders
c. Business measures
III. Team Management (18 Questions)
a. Team formation
b. Team facilitation
c. Team dynamics
d. Team training
IV. Define (20 questions)
a. Voice of the customer
b. Business case and project charter
c. Project management (PM) tools
d. Analytical tools
V. Measure (25 Questions)
a. Process characteristics
b. Data collection
c. Measurement systems
d. Basic statistics
f. Process capability
VI. Analyze (22 questions)
a. Measuring and modeling relationships between variables
b. Hypothesis testing
c. Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
d. Additional analysis methods
VII. Improve (21 Questions)
a. Design of experiments (DOE)
b. Lean methods
VIII. Control (15 Questions)
a. Statistical process control (SPC)
b. Other controls
c. Maintain controls
d. Sustain improvements
IX. Design For Six Sigma (DFSS) Framework and Methodologies (7 Questions)
a. Common DFSS methodologies
b. Design for X (DFX)
c. Robust design