Lean Six Sigma The Best Thing I've Ever Seen
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3.4 (12 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
75 students enrolled
Created by Ebenezer Samedwin
Last updated 9/2016
Price: $200
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  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will learn how to solve problems and help your organization to grow higher and achieve great results and success, also help your organisation to become nothing but the best in the world!!
  • Learn how to solve problems in their organizations and help their organizations to be centers of excellence
  • Be a great asset to their organizations
  • Add great value to their organization by continuously improving their organizations KPIs
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  • Passion for change and a can do attitude, utilizing the synergy of the team in their organisation to achieve success

The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification will be aimed at those new to the world of Six Sigma who have a small role, interest, or need to develop foundational knowledge. Yellow belts can be entry level employees that seek to improve their world or executive champions who require an overview of Six Sigma and DMAIC.

This certification will adopt the approach of advancing the concept and potential of using Six Sigma tools and methodologies within an organization. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification requires one year of work experience in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.

Work experience must be in a full time, paid role. Paid intern, co-op or any other course work cannot be applied towards the work experience requirement. Educational waivers are not granted

Who is the target audience?
  • The course is applicable to all individuals from all industries and organisations
  • Anyone who wants to develop their career and wants to be a great asset to their organization
  • Anyone who works in a TEAM - Together Everyone Achieves More and build synergy and team work and morale in the organization
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Curriculum For This Course
24 Lectures
24 Lectures 03:12:55

One of most extraordinary speech - Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam at European Parliament.
An inspiration for billions of world citizens.

Preview 01:59

This lecture discusses the common rules which will be followed throughout this course

Common rules for the Course

This lecture discusses the main differences between Lean and Six Sigma

Lean Vs Six Sigma

This lecture discusses the 8 types of waste in Lean and gives an overview with a pictorial representation of the 8 types of waste

8 Types of Waste's in Lean

This lecture discusses the first two types of waste in Lean, Unnecessary motion and conveyance of product

8 Types of Waste Part - 2

This lecture discusses Over Production and Excess Inventory wastes in Lean with pictorial representation for easy understanding of the topic

8 Types of Waste Part - 3

This lecture discusses the Space and Over processing wastes from Lean with additional pictures for easy learning and understanding for employees from all Industries and Organizations

8 Types of Waste Part - 4

This lecture discusses the last 2 wastes in Lean, i.e waiting and Improper utilization of talents

8 Types of Waste - Part -5

This lecture discusses the first half of A3 problem solving, the planning and analysis of current problem stages.

A3 Problem solving - part 1

This lecture discusses the Root cause analysis, Beauty contest, action plans, Go live stages and solution implementation stage

A3 Problem solving - Part 2

This lecture discusses the Introduction to Quality and its importance for all Industries and organizations

Quality Introduction - Part 1

This lecture discusses the different kinds of costs involved to ensure Quality, Appraisal, Prevention, Internal and External Failure costs and the reasons for using these kinds of costs instead of traditional accounting methods

Quality Introduction - Part 2

This lecture discusses the Appraisal cost's particularly in Purchasing and Operations with an excellent image of cost of Quality for easy to remember and learn

Appraisal Cost - Part 1

This lecture discusses the Appraisal cost with additional pictures to explain the concepts in more detail about purchasing and operations

Appraisal Cost - Part 2

This lecture discusses the external Appraisal costs and review of tests and Inspection data's

Appraisal Cost - Part 3

This lecture discusses the Prevention costs to ensure compliance mainly with regard to Marketing/ Customer/ User and also Product/ Service/ Design and Development.

Prevention Cost - part 1

This lecture discusses the prevention costs mainly with regard to Purchasing and Operations (in both manufacturing and service Industries)

Prevention Cost - Part 2

This lecture discusses the Prevention costs mainly with regard to Administration cost incurred in Prevention cost.

Prevention Cost - Part 3

This lecture discusses the product/service design failure cost and Purchasing failure costs with regard to Internal Failure costs and also Operations (Both Products and services) and other Internal failure costs

Internal Failure Cost

This lecture discusses the External Failure cost and the losses associated with it and also lost sales, Loyalty and reputation of the organizations because of this External Failure cost

External Failure Cost

This lecture revisits the Basic common rules along with the application of these concepts in different Industries and organizations and how these are applicable to all employees and all organizations.

Now or Never - part 1

This lecture discusses the Importance of acting now and providing good and High quality products and services at an extremely affordable prices as Henry Ford said during early 1930's "If you want to buy a car, buy a car which is black and it is Ford"

Now it's not monopoly anymore and customers have so many choices and the brand loyalty is at its lowest and unless you have excellent competitive advantage and make continuous improvements to achieve excellence, you can't be in the market for a longer time.

This lecture also discusses about the software's for TPM (Total Productive Maintenance), Scorecards, KPI's and Dashboards, career and people development software's which are implemented by best organizations and how these can be used via cloud access and also via mobile apps anytime and anywhere.

This lecture also comes to an end as part -1 and this is very good starting point for many organizations and individuals who would like to save their jobs and their organizations and also who are passionate about making a difference.

"When you are born, you are the only one crying, all the others are happy, but when you die, you should live a life everyone cries for you".

Thank you guys, Thanks for your time, God Bless you abundantly, Be a blessing to others,

Love one Another,

please write your reviews as this really motivates me and inspires me for the job well done, As I always get 5* and I keep on continuously improving all the time, Thank you, see you soon.

Now or Never - Part 2
About the Instructor
Ebenezer Samedwin
3.4 Average rating
12 Reviews
75 Students
1 Course
Industrial Engineer, MBA(UK), LSSMBB, LMC | Coach | Trainer

Ebenezer Samedwin, is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and Champion that can help your organization in achieving excellence, giving you a world class advantage over your competition and giving you a strong competitive advantage in the market. He will work with your teams to streamline operations and establish efficient workflow and financial strength.

He can help your organization with important competitive factors such as improving loss from defects, delays and deviations. His background in Industrial Engineering and leadership management will help your organization with simple solutions to complex problems. He can assess, direct and implement solid improvements with effective solutions.