Lean Six Sigma BB Training Inspired from GE and Motorola

Black Belt Certification
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  • Contents Video: 1 hour
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  • Languages English
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Published 12/2014 English

Course Description

This course will provide online Black Belt certification in Lean Six Sigma. Six Sigma is one of the most important quality paradigms of the last several decades and is used by thousands of top firms including GE, Honeywell, Bank of America, Norfolk Grummon and many others worldwide to significantly improve their top and bottom lines. This course will combine interesting written lectures videos and will utilize action learning where students learn by actually doing projects which can have an immediate impact on their business. The training of this program will be similar to the rigorous training programs at General Electric and Motorola. Students will be trained by one of the world's top leaders in business analytics and Six Sigma and at the end of the course will obtain the prestigious certification of Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma.

What are the requirements?

  • Scientific calculator and intermediate mathematical skills
  • Basic business and economic principles
  • Basic to intermediate mathematics skills

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Become a certified Six Sigma Professional
  • Improve complex business processes
  • Lead large quality improvement teams
  • Analyze and measure business processes
  • Manage business processes so they remain in control

What is the target audience?

  • Managers intending to use Six Sigma Tools to improve business processes
  • Leaders who are curious as to how Six Sigma can help their organizations
  • College Students looking to enhance their traditional degrees with a practical certification

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Lean Six Sigma Introduction Video
Introduction to Lean Six Sigma Training Inspired from GE and Motorola
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12:03
01:29

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the origins of Lean Six Sigma:

Topics which will be covered include:

- Scientific Management

- Taylorism

- The Deming Approach

- William Juran

- Total Quality Management

Section 2: Lean Six Sigma Learning Content
11:54

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the Lean Six Sigma Quality Paradigm.

Topics which will be covered include:

- History of Six Sigma at Motorola

- What is Six Sigma

- What is Lean

- Organizations Using Six Sigma

- Combining Lean and Six Sigma

07:12

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the first stage of the DMAIC improvement process known as the Define stage.

Topics which will be covered include:

- Setting up a Lean Six Sigma Process Improvement Team

- Creating a Team Charter

- Identifying a Process to be Improved

- SIPOC and High Level Process Mapping

- Gathering the Voice of the Customer

13:29

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the first stage of the DMAIC improvement process known as the Define stage.

Topics which will be covered include:

- Process Mapping

- 5 Whys

- Gauge R&R

- Sampling and Data Collection

04:32

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the third stage of the DMAIC improvement process known as the Analyze Phase.

Topics which will be covered include:

- Detailed Process Mapping

- Critical X Analysis

- Control Charts

- Fishbone Diagrams

- Pareto Analysis

03:34

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the fourth stage of the DMAIC improvement process known as the Improve Phase.

Topics which will be covered include:

- Brainstorming

- To-be process mapping

- Design of Experiments

- Prioritizing and Implementing Solutions

05:12

This lecture and its associated resources will provide students with a good background on the final stage stage of the DMAIC improvement process known as the Control stage.

Topics which will be covered include:

- Ongoing monitoring of a Six Sigma improved process

- Control Charts

- FMEA

- Risk Proofing a Process

- Final Implementation of a Process

Section 3: Lean Six Sigma Project and Certification Test
LEAN SIX SIGMA Project
02:35
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This is the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification Test which will partially fulfill the requirements leading to becoming a certified Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma. The test should be taken after Lean Six Sigma Project approval. Please contact your instructor after project when you are ready to take the test and a custom version will be created just for you.

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Instructor Biography

Dr. David Fogarty, Professor of Quantitative Analysis

Dr. David Fogarty is a GE Certified Black Belt and Master BlackBelt with over 25 years of conducting process improvement projects at Fortune 500 companies including General Electric. NBC Universal Comcast, Cigna and Genworth. David is also a adjunct professor of Operations Management and Quantitative Analysis for Business at the the University of Liverpool, Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University and the University of Phoenix. David also has over 7 patents and patents pending on business analytics innovations and over 50 publications in peer-reviewed academic journals.

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