Fundamentals of Six Sigma Applications

Introduction

After completing this training, participants are expected to understand the workings and tools of the Six Sigma approach. Participants are expected to understand the and DMAIC and DMADV approach. They are expected to identify projects for Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma Initiative. Through various class room exercises, quizzes and sample exams , students are expected to obtain working knowledge of the various statistical tools needed for Six sigma. The training is ideal to all professionals who are desiring to identifying and implement scientific methodology for quality improvement, defects reduction, variation reduction, and bottom line improvement on key projects/processes of the company.

Training Outcome:

After attending the training sincerely participants will be capable to:
a) Know about the different components of a Green / Yellow Belt projects
b) Know how to select, plan and execute the regular work of a GB project
c) Monitor and control of a project
d) Manage a cross functional team implement the GB project
e) effective knowledge to go forward to obtain a GB Certification

Methodology

PowerPoint Presentation, Interactive Lecture, Case Study, Best practice/six sigma motivational Video, Classroom exercise, Question and Answer session.

Contents of Training:

a. Introduction to Six Sigma (DAY 1)
i. History of Quality (Deming, Juran, JIT, Ishikawa, Taguchi, etc.)
ii. Evolution of Six Sigma
iii. Defining Six Sigma – philosophy and objectives
iv. Overview of Six Sigma DMAIC process
v. Project Selection Criteria
vi. Project Planning
vii. Creating Project Charter

b. Six Sigma Methodology – Define (DAY 1)
i. Inputs – Need for six sigma project, Executive management sponsorship, core team identified
ii. Tools
1. High level process maps
2. High level Pareto charts

iii. Outputs
1. Project charter
2. Roles & responsibilities

c. Six Sigma Methodology – Measure (DAY 1)
i. Objectives of Measure Phase
ii. Tools
1. Data collection tools and techniques
2. Process map

iii. Outputs
1. Well defined processes
2. Baseline process capability
3. Process parameters affecting CTQs

d. Six Sigma Methodology – Analyze (DAY 2)
i. Objectives of Analyze Phase
ii. Inputs – outputs of the Measure phase
iii. Tools
1. Ishikawa diagram

iv. Outputs
1. Important causes of defects
2. DPMO and sigma level

e. Six Sigma Methodology – Improve (DAY 2)
i. Objectives of Improve Phase
ii. Inputs – outputs of the Analyze phase
iii. Tools
1. Solution design matrix
2. Project planning and management tools

iv. Outputs
1. Cost / benefit for different solution
2. Implementation plan

f. Six Sigma Methodology – Control (DAY 2)
i. Objectives of Control Phase
ii. Inputs – outputs of the Improve phase
iii. Tools
1. Control plan
2. Lean enterprise
3. Kaizen

iv. Outputs
1. Implemented solutions
2. Control plan for sustaining benefits
3. Improves process capability
4. Lessons learned

g. Case Study (DAY 2)
i. Case Study

Contact

9140345, 9117179

workshop@bdjobs.com

Bdjobs.com Ltd.

19 th floor (East), BDBL Building (Old BSRS)
12 Karwan Bazaar
Dhaka - 1215

The course targets strategy managers, Quality Professionals, System engineers, Process Engineers and top & Mid level management working to create a systematic approach to the organization. The training serves to all professionals desirous of identifying scientific methodology for Quality improvement, Lead time reduction, Inventory reduction and bottom line growth.


The workshop was a pleasant experience for me. It helped me to know the basic knowledge of six sigma and its implications. Muhammad Najmul Haque, Dy. Project Manager(Lean Transformation), Pride Group.