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Oriel Inc. Presents Public Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt ...

  1. 1. Oriel Inc. Presents Public Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Training Madison,WI October 8-12, 2007 December 10-14, 2007 The Six Sigma Master Black Belt is a key change agent in leading organizational improvement. Master Black Belts provide the insight, coaching, and statistical expert- ise to ensure team and program success. Oriel’s Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt training develops participants’ analytical/technical abilities, influencing and consulting skills, coaching and mentoring, and Six Sigma leadership potential. The training covers Design for Six Sigma (DMADV), Lean methods, process manage- ment, and the advanced statistical tools to support the DMAIC methodology including Normality theory, hypothesis testing, regression, design of experiments, advanced design of experiments, and general linear models. Also covered are coaching/mentor- ing tools and successful deployment prac- tices. A high-level agenda and detailed topic outline is attached. Cost: $5,995 per student, which includes materials. Oriel Incorporated... A SAM Group Company improving business performance 800-669-8326 for nearly 25 years www.orielinc.com
  2. 2. MASTER BLACK BELT TRAINING HIGH LEVEL AGENDA WEEK ONE: OCTOBER 8-12, 2007 MONDAY 9:00 AM–6:00 PM • Design for Six Sigma - DMADV TUESDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Design for Six Sigma - DMADV • Statistics: Normality WEDNESDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Statistics: Normality • Statistics: Hypothesis Testing THURSDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Statistics: Hypothesis Testing • Six Sigma Deployment FRIDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Successful Six Sigma Deployment • Master Black Belt Coaching/Mentoring Tools WEEK TWO: DECEMBER 10-14, 2007 MONDAY 9:00 AM–6:00 PM • Statistics: Regression TUESDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Statistics: Design of Experiments WEDNESDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Statistics: Advanced Experiment topics and General Linear Models THURSDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Lean Methodologies FRIDAY 8:00 AM–5:00 PM • Lean Methodologies and Process Management (Morning) • Process Management (Afternoon)
  3. 3. MASTER BLACK BELT TRAINING TOPIC OUTLINE DESIGN FOR SIX SIGMA • Three Methodologies for Six Sigma • DMADV – The Design Process • Relationship Between the Three Methodologies • Define • Measure • Analyze • Design • Verify NORMALITY • Intro and Warm-up • Advanced Statistical Tools and Their Place in DMAIC • Minitab 15 Review • Managing Variation and the Rules of the Funnel • Normal Theory • Testing for Normality • Transforming to Normality • Application of Transformation HYPOTHESIS TESTING • Hypothesis Testing Theory, Understanding Type 1 Type 2 Errors • t-test • Paired t-test • ANOVA • Test for Equal Variance • Chi Square • Non-parametric Tests of Hypothesis SUCCESSFUL SIX SIGMA DEPLOYMENT • Critical Success Factors • Six Sigma Infrastructure • Roles and Responsibilities • Team Selection • Engaging Sponsors • Linking Improvements to the Management System • Project Selection • Project Scoping • Project Management • Maintaining Gains
  4. 4. ADVANCED TOOLS FOR MASTER BLACK BELTS MBB C OACHING/MENTORING TOOLS • Effective Coaching Communications • Listening for Understanding • Giving and Receiving Feedback • Using the Ladder of Inference to Improve Coaching and Team Interactions • Group Dynamics and Stages of Team Growth • Understanding Conflict and Conducting Effective Interventions • Coaching Black Belts • Coaching Executives • Facilitating Decision Making REGRESSION • Review of Linear Regression • Multiple Regression • Understanding Multi-co linearity • Curvilinear Regression • Regression with Discrete X's • Logistic Regression DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS • Review of Full Factorial Designs • Fractional Factorial Designs • Hands-on Fractional Factorial • Planning a Designed Experiment ADVANCED DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS AND GENERAL LINEAR MODELS • Evolutionary Operations • Response Surface Methodology • Mixture Designs • General Linear Models LEAN METHODOLOGIES • Introduction to the Lean Enterprise • Lean Cost Model • JIT (Just-in-Time) System • Production Leveling • Mistake Proofing • Kaizen • Standardized Work • Waste Reduction PROCESS MANAGEMENT • Define Process Management methodology • Roles and responsibilities • High level roll-out plan for implementing Process Management • Identifying key business measures and build dashboard • Establishing and map core processes and relationship to key business measures • Monitoring overall organization and core process performance

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