Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB) Certification

Overview

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt program is intended for those who spend some of their time on process improvement teams and operates in support of a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, they are experts in identifying problems, data capturing and analysis, build solutions to lower operational costs and raise profitability.

A Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt successfully applies process improvement to businesses and organizations across all industries.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training, written and facilitated by the author of the latest Lean Six Sigma Handbooks, provides an overview of the principles and methods of Lean Six Sigma deployment and includes:

  • Twelve months access to on line materials including training slides, online study guide, online certification exam and additional Knowledge Center references.
  • Green Belt XL software (Twelve month Student Version). Minitab examples also included!
  • Upon successful course completion: Electronic certificate indicating either Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification without Projects or (if two acceptable projects submitted) Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification with Projects.

Prerequisites

Candidates should have a general understanding of business functions, good level of English language, general proficiency using internet browsers, be familiar with MS Office Excel and want to actively participate into Lean Six Sigma Projects

Objectives

By completing the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course, students will be able to:

  • Recognize key attributes of a successful Lean Six Sigma deployment strategy.
  • Appreciate project selection criteria.
  • Realize the role of a Green Belt in the Lean Six Sigma organization.
  • Understand fundamentals of the DMAIC problem solving methodology.
  • Use basic Lean Six Sigma tools for Lean Six Sigma project definition and process baseline.
  • Understand the need for advanced problem-solving and improvement methodologies used by Project Teams when supported by Lean Six Sigma Black Belts.
  • Actively participate in a Lean Six Sigma team.

Duration

Approximately 70 hours of instruction, equivalent to (7 CEU)

More Information

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Outline

1. Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

• Definition of Lean Six Sigma & its relation to Cost and Efficiency.
• Popularity and Application of Lean Six Sigma
• Comparisons between TQM and Lean Six Sigma Programs.

2. How to Deploy Lean Six Sigma

• Leadership responsibilities
• Resource allocation
• Data driven decision making
• Organizational metrics and dashboards

3. Lean Six Sigma Projects

• Project Focus
• Selecting Projects
• Estimating Project Benefits
• Overview of DMAIC methodology
• Project Reporting

4. DEFINE Stage Tools & Objectives

• Define Stage Objectives
• Project Charter: Use and Development

5. DEFINE: Metrics & Deliverables

• Critical to Quality (CTQ) Metrics
• Critical to Schedule (CTS) Metrics
• Relation of CTQ and CTS Metrics to Critical to Cost (CTC) Metrics

6. DEFINE: Project Scheduling

• Scheduling Project Activities & Events
• Gantt Chart
• Critical Path Analysis / Activity Network Diagram.
• PERT Analysis

7. DEFINE: Change Management and Lean Six Sigma Teams

• Problems with Change
• Achieving Buy-In
• Team Formation, Rules & Responsibilities
• Consensus Building

8. Measure Stage Tools and Objectives

• Measure Stage Objectives
• Process Definition (Flowcharts, Process Maps, SIPOC)
• Metric Definition
• Establishing Process Baseline

9. MEASURE: X-Bar Charts

• Uses / Assumptions
• Construction & Calculations.
• Rational Subgroups
• Sampling Considerations.
• Interpretation

10. MEASURE: Individuals Data

• Uses, comparison with X-Bar chart
• Construction, calculations, assumptions, sampling considerations and interpretation

11. MEASURE: Process Capability

• Histograms Use and Misuse
• Probability Plots
• Goodness of Fit Tests
• Capability & Performance Indices

12. MEASURE: Attribute Charts

• Selection (P, U, Np, C Charts)
• Construction & Calculations
• Sampling Considerations
• Interpretation

13. Analyze Stage Tools & Objectives

• Analyze Stage Objectives
• Definition of Waste
• Analyzing Process for NVA
• Methods to Increase Velocity

14. ANALYZE: Regression Analysis

• Cause & Effect Diagrams.
• Scatter Diagrams.
• Linear Regression Model
• Confidence & Prediction Limits.
• Residuals Analysis.

15. Improve Stage Tools and Objectives

• Improve Stage Objectives
• Tools to Prioritize Improvement Opportunities
• Defining New Process Flow
• Tools to Define & Mitigate Failure Modes

16. Control Stage Tools & Objectives

• Control Stage Objectives
• Methods of Control
• Control Plans
• Training
• Measuring Improvement

17. Final Exam

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