Lean Six Sigma


Here is a nominal outline for the ten-day Black Belt course. As with all Scripps & Associates, PC offerings, however, the Lean Six Sigma curriculum is customizable to your needs.

 

Scripps strongly recommends structuring a period of mentorship through a Belt’s first project.


  1. Foundation
    1. Six Sigma in Perspective – Waste reduction
    2. Six Sigma Deployment
    3. Green Belt Review
  2. Define Phase
    1. Project Launch
    2. Project Charter
    3. Process Mapping
  3. Measure Phase
    1. Value Stream Mapping
    2. Baseline Analysis
    3. Cause and Effect Matrix
    4. Measurement System Analysis
    5. Process Capability
  4. Analyze Phase
    1. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
    2. Multi-vari analysis – Continuous Y
    3. Multi-vari analysis – Discrete Y
    4. Process Modeling (simulation, queuing theory)
  5. Improve Phase
    1. Experimentation I – Screening
    2. Experimentation II – Modeling
    3. Identify and Test Improvements
  6. Control Phase
    1. Control Plan
    2. Long-term verification
    3. Project Closure
  7. Black Belt Practice
    1. Common mistakes
    2. Responsibilities
    3. Roadblocks and Mitigation
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