IISE: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Suite (IACET CEU=1.1)

Continuous improvement is vital to success in business. Lean Six Sigma is a continuous improvement strategy. It is a disciplined, problem-solving methodology for reducing variation, defects and waste in any process. It is data-driven and measurement-based. Take these courses to learn how to design and develop Lean Six Sigma projects, determine process capability, employ the DMAIIC process, perform basic statistical analysis on process measurements, prepare root cause and cause effect analysis, and support and champion Six Sigma implementation in your organization.
$995.00

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Course Duration: 651 Minutes

Course Objectives:

  • Define Six Sigma and Lean, their goals and their related terminology; Recall how Lean Six Sigma began and evolved; Know what the DMAIIC methodology is and what it includes; Recall the roles that play key parts in the success of Lean Six Sigma; Know how to interpret data variation; Know how Lean Six Sigma uses histograms, measures, deviations and shapes; Recognize and construct control charts and control limits; Identify patterns on control charts to understand and address variation; Know how to calculate process capability measures to understand and address customer dissatisfaction; Know how to use the Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) strategy to design products and services; Know how to perform root cause analyses; Recognize the roles and steps needed to implement Lean Six Sigma; Know about Lean, Lean Enterprise, value stream, the 4P Model and key phases of implementing Lean; Recognize the roles and steps needed to implement Lean Six Sigma; Know about Lean, Lean Enterprise, value stream, the 4P Model and key phases of implementing Lean; Know why and how to gather and analyze customer requirements; Know how and when to create process maps; Know how to use value stream mapping to improve delivery of products and services; Recognize how you can use Lean to identify and eliminate waste; Know about standard work, work simplification and standard work practices; Know methods to help implement Lean and continuous improvement; Know how to use Kaizen in Lean Six Sigma and business improvement strategy; Recall differences between push and pull systems, including the advantages and disadvantages of each approach to maintaining inventory; Know how to use Lean 5S tools, visual management and a Total Productive Maintenance system to standardize work

CEU Credits: 1.10