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  • Course Overview – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Summary and Objectives The student will be asked to demonstrate This Six Sigma Green Belt course is comprised of 11 knowledge and understanding through: separate sessions. Each session is a collection of related lessons and includes an interactive quiz at the end of the • Interactive Practice Exercises will be presented session. Many of the lessons include interactive practice throughout each session so that you can try your new exercises. All course material is available online, and skills and get immediate feedback. sessions may be started and stopped at any point— • Supplemental Exercises appear at the end of every content is delivered on-demand according to your session and afford the opportunity to practice newly schedule. learned concepts. Supplemental exercises are self- graded and may be shared in the Virtual Classroom By completing this course of study, you will gain a solid Discussion area. general knowledge of the theory, composition, and • Quizzes are included in every session. Quizzes are implementation of a Six Sigma initiative. You will also interactive and close the learning loop by providing become proficient in all of the analytical tools necessary immediate feedback. to define, measure, analyze, improve, and control Six Sigma improvement projects. You will learn team • Project: A meaningful project should accompany leadership and project management skills. In short, you this coursework. Practicing concepts and tools by will master the skills necessary to lead a complex process participating as a Black Belt or Green Belt project improvement project that produces bottom-line results. team member on a real-world project enhances the learning experience. If you have enrolled in a certification version of this course, then upon completion of this course of study, Course Sequence including satisfactory completion of a Six Sigma The course is presented in a logical sequence to follow improvement project, a Six Sigma Green Belt certificate the Six Sigma DMAIC improvement process. We believe will be awarded. the student will learn most efficiently by following the sequence presented. In particular, the first session Course Structure and Requirements presents an overview of Six Sigma, which will be This course provides content on-demand to offer the helpful to put the remaining sessions in proper context. highest degree of student flexibility. You can set your own However, the sessions are modular, and we encourage schedule and progress at your own speed, terminating exploration of the material. The course’s navigational and re-entering sessions whenever you wish. tools enable the student to freely move forward and backward throughout the course, enabling the student All course sessions use a mix of multimedia to present to skip ahead or go back and review material already material, including text, synchronized audio slide covered. The course map feature also allows point- shows, diagrams, charts, audio lectures, and simulations. to-point navigation, from anywhere to anywhere. The Links to outside research resources are provided to course map status column will tell you which pages you explore chosen subjects in greater detail. Course have not visited. access is provided for 270 days beginning at the time of enrollment. Powered by MoreSteam
  • Learning Objectives – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course The overarching learning objective of this course is to develop a comprehensive set of skills that will allow you to function effectively as a Six Sigma Green Belt. The Green Belt body of knowledge includes techniques for both quantitative and non-quantitative analysis, as well as the team leadership skills necessary to get projects across the goal line. After completing this course, you should be able to DO the following: Communicate using Six Sigma concepts. Employ a wide range of continuous process improvement techniques within the DMAIC Think about your organization as a model. collection of processes, with inputs that determine the output. Recognize the organizational factors that are necessary groundwork for a successful Relate Six Sigma concepts to the overall Six Sigma effort. business mission and objectives. Employ your Six Sigma skills to lead a Use the concept of a sigma level to evaluate successful process improvement project the capability of a process or organization. to deliver meaningful results to the organization. Understand and apply the five-step DMAIC model as a framework to organize process improvement activity. Powered by MoreSteam
  • Course Content and Outline – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Total Estimated Hours: 93.4 2. Define I – The Value Stream (7.7 Hours) 1. Introduction to Six Sigma (4.7 Hours) • Introduction to Define • Higher Standards for Higher Performance • Process Thinking • Input Determines Output • The Source of Value • Six Sigma Defined • Value Stream Leverage • Success Stories • Process Mapping – Overview • The Sigma Level • Process Mapping (SIPOC) Toolset • The 99.9% Problem • Flow Charts • Calculating the Sigma Level – Toolset • Value-Added Flow Charts • DNA of a Champion • Spaghetti Charts • Six Sigma Framework • Value Stream Mapping Toolset • DMAIC – The Six Sigma Improvement Process • Pareto Chart Toolset • Lean and DMAIC • Project Selection Toolset • Thought Process Mapping – Toolset • Project Charter Toolset • Organizing for Success • Project Tracking Toolset • Working Relationships • Exercises and Quiz • Critical Success Factors • What’s in a Name? • Exercises and Quiz Powered by MoreSteam
  • 3. Define II – Voice of the Customer • Derivative Performance Metrics – (7.4 Hours) Throughput Yield • Introduction to Voice of the Customer • Derivative Performance Metrics – Rolled Throughput Yield • Focus on the Customer • The Sigma Level Revisited • Understanding Customer Requirements • Exercises and Quiz • Where to Go for Customer Requirements • Conducting Surveys 5. Measure II – Charting Process • More on Surveys Behavior (12.4 Hours) • Surveys – Sampling Frame • Introduction to Measure II • Structuring Survey Questions • Trend Chart Toolset • The Degree of Uncertainty in Sampling • Histogram Toolset • Guideline for Margin of Error • Quantifying Process Variability • Affinity Diagram Toolset • SPC – Introduction and Background • CTQC Tree Diagram Toolset • SPC – Introduction to Control Charts • Operational Definition Toolset • SPC – Control Chart Limits • Voice of the Customer as Specifications • SPC – More On Control Limits • Progress Review • Implementing SPC • Exercises and Quiz • SPC Chart Selection • Rational Subgrouping Toolset 4. Measure I (9.9 Hours) • X and Moving Range Charts – Toolset • Introduction to Measure • Attribute Control Chart Toolset • Measurements • X-bar and R Chart Toolset • Discrete vs. Continuous Measurements • Related Theory • Measurement Subjects • Process Capability Toolset • Measurement as a Process • Progress Review • The Analysis of Measurement Systems • Exercises and Quiz • The Requirements of Measurement Systems • Gage R & R • MSA – Graphing • Attribute Measurement System Analysis • Calibration of Measurement Systems • Collecting Data • Developing a Sampling Plan • Baseline Performance Powered by MoreSteam
  • 6. Analyze I – Possible Root Cause 8. Analyze III – DOE (5.8 Hours) (10.2 Hours) • Design of Experiments – Introduction • Introduction to Analyze • Design of Experiments • Finding the Root Cause • Design of Experiments – Components • Cause & Effect Diagram Toolset • Design of Experiments – Purpose • Alternative to the Cause & Effect Diagram • Design of Experiments – Process • 5-Why, 1-How • Blocking • A Combination of 5-Why, Pareto, • Blocking and Tackling and Trend Charts • Progress Review • Scatter Plot Toolset • Exercises and Quiz • Correlation and Regression Analysis • Multiple Regression Toolset 9. Improve (10.7 Hours) • Logistic Regression Toolset • Introduction to Improve • Factors in Determining Sample Size • Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) • Estimating Population Mean • Benchmarking • Exercises and Quiz • Brainstorming • Narrowing Down the List of Ideas 7. Analyze II – Hypothesis Testing • FMEA Toolset (13.3 Hours) • Error-proofing • Introduction to Analyze II • Continuous Flow Toolset • Introduction to Hypothesis Testing • Quick Changeover Toolset • The Process on Trial • Pull Scheduling • The Hypothesis – Accept or Reject? • Prioritizing and Selecting a Solution • Types of Error • Corrective Action Matrix • Hypothesis Testing • Piloting a Solution • Confidence Intervals • System Dynamics • Treatment Comparisons – Control Charts • Characteristics of Dynamic Systems • Comparing Two Proportions – Z-test Toolset • System Dynamics Examples • Comparing Two Means – t-test Toolset • Another System Dynamics Example • Comparing Multiple Means – ANOVA/F-test Toolset • System Dynamics Application • Comparing Two Variances – F-test Toolset • System Dynamics Summary • Confidence Intervals – Least Significant Difference • Progress Review • Hypothesis Testing Learning Lab • Exercises and Quiz • Exercises and Quiz Powered by MoreSteam
  • 10. Control (6.5 Hours) 11. Leading Teams and Leading Change • Introduction to Control (4.8 Hours) • More on SPC • Leadership Introduction • The Process Control Plan • Fueling the Improvement Engine • More on FMEA • Leadership Characteristics • Visual Control • Practice, Study and Reflection – Learning by Modeling • 5-S Approach • Leading Teams • Total Productive Maintenance • Developing an Effective Team • TPM Objectives & Benefits • Improving Team Development • TPM Metrics • Leading Change • TPM Core Elements • Leading Change – Continued • TPM Maintenance Activities • Success Factors for Effective Change Management • Best Practices and Lessons Learned • Exercises and Quiz • Documenting Process Changes • Course Completion • Ending the Project • The Lean Six Sigma Journey • Progress Review • Exercises and Quiz Powered by MoreSteam