Are you new to Six Sigma and failed to understand the basics of Six Sigma?
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This course would be your first step to the wonderful world of Six Sigma. After completing this course you would be able to handle small improvement projects in your organization independently. In addition you will be able to support a Green Belt or Black Belt in solving medium to highly complex problems.
This course is prepared based on my 30 years of practical experience in Quality Management.
This course teaches the basics of Six Sigma approach to improvement.
You will learn the Six Sigma improvement skills through short and easy to understand video lessons and quizzes. Discussion forum on the right side of this course would be used to discussed specific problems and issues.
Here is a summary of topics covered in this course.
In this course you will learn about:
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The purpose of Six Sigma is to save money for the company and at the same time improve customer satisfaction.
This topic explains the role of management in implementing Six Sigma.
Six Sigma was started by Motorola in 1987. This topic covers the history of Six Sigma.
This topic explains the concept of the Cost of Quality. Just as in an iceberg, a large portion of the cost of quality is the hidden cost. Quality Guru Feigenbaum called this as hidden factory.
This topic explains the concept of a process. It explains why you should be controlling the inputs (independent variables) to improve the output (dependent variable)
CTQ characteristics for the process, service or process. These are measure of “What is important to Customer”
Whenever we talk of Six Sigma, we think of 3.4 DPMO. But what is DPMO (Defects per Million Opportunities) and how do we calculate that? Also how do we convert the DPMO value to a Sigma value?
Comparison between DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) and DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design and Verify)
Who wants the project and why ? The scope of project / improvement (SMART Objective), Key team members / resources for the project, Critical milestones and stakeholder review, Budget allocation
Ensure measurement system reliability, Prepare data collection plan, Collect data
•How well or poorly processes are working compared with Best possible / Competitor's
•Shows you maximum possible result
•Don't focus on symptoms, find the root cause
•Present recommendations to process owner.
•Develop implementation plan.
Don't be too hasty to declare victory. How will you maintain to gains made? Change policy & procedures, Change drawings, Change planning, Revise budget, Training
Six Sigma Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt, Master Black Belt
What is the role of Champion on a Six Sigma project?
What is the role of a Master Black Belt in a Six Sigma organization?
Green Belt is the part-time Six Sigma change agent. Continues to perform normal duties while participating on Six Sigma project teams.
How to select an improvement project from internal and external resources? What qualifies to be a Six Sigma project?
This section provides a simple explanation of seven basic quality tools. These tools were used by Japanese companies as back in 1960s to put Japanese quality on world map.
A quiz on seven basic quality tools
PMI-PMP, IRCA Registered Lead Auditor, ASQ - CSSBB, CQA, CQE, CMQ/OE, IIA - CIA
Sandeep Kumar has around 30 years of Project Quality Management (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) experience in power, oil/ gas, and mining industry. He has worked as Quality Manager on a number of projects including Power, Oil and Gas and Infrastructure projects.
Currently, he is working as Project Quality Manager on multiple projects in Alberta, Canada.
His areas of specializations include Quality Assurance, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 9001:2015, Six Sigma, QMS Audits, Supplier Quality Surveillance, Supplier Pre-qualification, Construction Quality, Welding, NDT, Mechanical Inspection and Quality Training.
Also, he is interested in the use of technology for training and knowledge sharing. He has authored and presented a number of Quality Management courses for organizations he has worked for.
His professional qualification/certifications include: IRCA registered Lead Auditor (QMS), ASQ-CSSBB, Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB), ASQ-CSSGB, Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB), ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor (CQA), ASQ-Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) and ASQ-Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE), Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Internal Auditor - IIA (CIA).