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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
20 Days | 14.0 CEUs

Overview:

Lean techniques eliminate wasteful activities, while Six Sigma is a disciplined method for meeting customers’ expectations and eliminating defects in any process. IIE’s Lean Six Sigma Training offers the unique approach of weaving both lean and Six Sigma methodologies into a seamless certificate program that can help you achieve substantial improvements in your organization. By completing this course of study, you will gain a solid general knowledge of the theory, composition and implementation of a lean Six Sigma initiative. You will also become proficient in all of the analytical tools necessary to define, measure, analyze, improve, implement and control improvement projects.

What You Will Learn:

  • Configure to demand
  • Develop lean process flows
  • Implement lean in your organization
  • Reduce cycle time through minimizing wait times
  • Analyze process data using comprehensive statistical methods
  • Control the process to assure that improvements are used
  • Define an opportunity for improving customer satisfaction
  • Implement the recommended improvements
  • Improve existing processes by reducing variation
  • Measure process characteristics that are critical to quality

Course Content

  • Projects
  • Go 'Configure to Demand' - A look at how to move toward a multitiered product delivery system using:
    - Product Configuration
    - Planning Bills of Materials
    - Product Delivery System Integration Techniques
  • Learn the Process Flow - A look at how to establish flow and how to make it lean using lean process design techniques:
    - Baseline Process
    - Product Anatomy
    - Process Anatomy
    - Activity Level Data Collection
    - Lean Design
    - Data Analysis
    - New Process Design (Flow, Point of Use, Pull, Quality, Takt)
    - Lean Tools (e.g. Point of Use and Visual Controls)
  • Rate-based Planning - A look at how to plan the resources necessary for operating in a lean environment using:
    - Schedule Cycle and Footprint
    - Mix Model Sequencing
    - Sequencing and Pacing Box
    - Capacity Planning and Response Profiles
  • Pull from Customer Through Supply - A look at how to reduce customer waiting time significantly and increase customer satisfaction using:
    - Finished Goods Inventory Strategies
    - Point of Sale Data
    - Production Planning
    - Material Control
    - Kanban
  • Accomplish supplier and logistics integration
  • Complete a lean enterprise transformation
  • Develop a multi-tiered product delivery system
  • Identify the components of a lean process
  • Integrate rate-based planning and scheduling
  • Project Management
  • Team Skills
  • Six Sigma Philosophy and Structure
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Descriptive
  • Probability and Probability Distributions:
    - Definitions
    - Rules
    - Hypergeometric
    - Binomial
    - Poisson
    - Normal
    - Exponential
    - Chi Square
    - F
    - Student t
  • Confidence and Confidence Intervals
    - Means
    - Standard Deviations
    - Proportions
  • Tests of Hypothesis
    - Means
    - Standard Deviations
    - Proportions
  • Design of Experiments
    - Concepts
    - ANOVA
    - Factorial
  • Statistical Process Control and Process Capability
    - Variables
    - Attributes
  • Process Capability
  • Reliability
  • Measurement Systems Analysis
  • Goodness of Fit Testing
  • Regression and Correlation
    - Linear
    - Curvilinear
    - Multivariate
  • Cost of Quality
  • Exam

CLASS CANCELLATION:

IIE reserves the right to cancel a class up to 15 business days prior to the scheduled start date

 

registration fee

Member: $7,995
Non-Member: $9,245

course schedule

Course ID: 1826
Jul 14 - 18, 2014
Aug 11 - 15, 2014
Sep 8 - 12, 2014
Oct 13 - 17, 2014
Norcross, GA
1826

Course ID: 1961
Jul 27 - 31, 2015
Aug 24 - 28, 2015
Oct 12 - 16, 2015
Nov 9 - 13, 2015
Norcross, GA
1961

 
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