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  • Lean Six Sigma training levels typically consist of:Yellow Belt Certificate – Project team member (1 – 3 days of training)Green Belt Certificate - Intermediate project leader (Yellow Belt + 1 – 2 weeks training + Project)Black Belt Certificate – Advanced project leader & coach (Yellow & Green Belt + 2 – 3 weeks training + Project)Master Black Belt – Senior quality manager, sensei, coach and teacher (Yellow, Green & Black Belt + 2 weeks + several projects)Executive – This course - Designed for those who want to manage the lean six sigma process(28 hours)

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  • Welcome Lean Six Sigma for Executives28 hours of instruction inmanaging Continuous ProcessImprovement
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaIntroductionsPlease post the followinginformation(if applicable)under the General DiscussionBoard: Name Mgt experience, where and how long Lean Six Sigma experience
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaTable of Contents (Lean Module) 1 - Introduction to Lean Six Sigma 2 – Lean Methodology  Glossary  Value  Value Stream  Flow  Pull  Pull vs. Planned Systems  Pull System Building Blocks  Perfection
  • Introduction to Lean Six SigmaObjective: Understand both Lean and Six Sigma and the power of combining them to improve existing processes.
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaWhat is Lean Six Sigma? A customer focused, enterprise-wide business strategy, and data driven problem solving process to support: Continuous Process Improvement and increase the Bottom Line.
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaBottom Line Business For Profit: Return on Investment, now and in the future. Organization Not for Profit: Readiness and/or Mission Accomplishment, now and in the future.
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six Sigma Reduce waste and process lead time so products flow to meet customer demand. Reduce variation and remove defects to meet customer quality requirements.
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaThe Fusion of Lean and SixSigma is Necessary Because Six Sigma alone cannot dramatically improve process speed or reduce waste; Lean alone cannot bring a process under statistical control, reduce defects, or improve quality.
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaAircraft Repair (NAVAIR Jacksonville) BEFORE AFTERDist. Traveled - 45,125 ft Dist. Traveled - 8,670 ft Tool Space - 92 sq ft Tool Space - 12 sq ft Wait Time - 27.3 hrs Wait Time - 2.3 hrsThe turn-around time for repairing the first two aircraft was reduced by 20 days.
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaExamples For current examples of Lean Implementations click on:
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaHistory of Lean 1910-28 Ford Production Systems 1914 Piggly Wiggly 1st self-service supermarket 1940s Ford’s Willow Run Plant, 1 B24/hr; LT 18hrs Kaiser Liberty Ships: 3/day; LT 230 to 24 days 1950-54 Deming: Statistical Process Control(SPC) and Juran (Quality Mgt) in Japan 1970s Toyota Production System (JIT)
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaHistory of Lean(continued) 1980 “If Japan Can, Why Can’t We” NBC News Whitepaper Report 1980s Theory of Constraints (Goldratt Institute) 1980s Demand Flow Technology (John Constanza Institute of Technology recently acquired by Demand Point) 1989 Machine That Changed the World by Womack, Jones, Roos 1995 Lean Enterprises and Service Organizations (Lean.org, ASQ and APICS have Lean divisions, Gemba Academy, a
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaHistory of Six Sigma  1800 Frederick Gauss - “Normal” curve  1920 Walter Shewart 1st determined Statistical Process Control(SPC) at +/- 3 Standard deviations  1950-54 Deming (SPC) and Juran (Quality Mgt) in Japan  1980s Motorola and others notice Japan’s quality
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaHistory of Six Sigma(continued)Motorola: 1970s Sr Eng. Mikel Harry – Statistical Analysis Early 80s CEO, Bob Galvin – 10X program 1987 Comm Sector, George Fisher - Six Sigma 1988 Motorola wins Baldridge Award Harry and Schroeder of Motorola “sell” Six Sigma to: Larry Bossidy at Allied Signal (now Honeywell) Jack Welch at GE
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaExamples: For current examples of Six Sigma Implementations click on: http://asq.org/learn-about-quality/six- sigma/overview/read-more.html
  • Coastal Carolina Community College Executive Lean Six SigmaAssignment 1  Watch the Week One video:  “What is Lean Six Sigma?”  Assume you were before a Board of Directors of a company making your case for implementing Lean Six Sigma. What would you say?  Post your answer to the Discussion Board Assignment 1.