Globalization and instant access to information, products and services have changed the way our customers conduct business — old business models no longer work. Today’s competitive environment leaves no room for error. We must delight our customers and relentlessly look for new ways to exceed their expectations. This is why Six Sigma Quality has become a part of our culture.
The Green Belt Program provides participants with an overview of Six Sigma as well as key concepts associated with effective project teams. Green Belts receive a subset of the more comprehensive Black Belt curriculum.
The program provides the tools and operational methods to define and manage Six Sigma projects. It also gives a practical understanding of the key potential strategies and tactics to be used Six Sigma Deployment and Management Change in order to face the business challenges of liberalization.
The program concentrates on the basic problem solving, project management, and statistical tools needed for Green Belts to work effectively as members of business improvement teams. It presents concepts and techniques in an easy-to-understand way that allows learners to apply them immediately.
At the end of this course, participants will have covered the following:
Apply the DMAIC methodology and associated tools and techniques to business improvement projects.
Serve as a high-performing team member on Black Belt project improvement teams.
Serve as a team leader on smaller improvement projects that do not require a Black Belt level of quantitative analysis
A structured problem-solving methodology for addressing business improvement projects.
Intermediate-level quality tools within that methodology.
How to generate bottom-line financial results.
The program focuses on the DMAIC model for process improvement and the relevant intermediate-level statistical and graphical tools within that model
Who Should Attend
Green Belt candidates from all levels in an organization – frontline employees, engineers, human resource specialists, creative production designers, sales and marketing specialists, and general managers.