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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

 

Program Description

As Lean Six Sigma is growing in prominence as a celebrated method towards achieving quality and customer satisfaction. The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is designed to shape top tier Lean Six Sigma leaders who will act as the core of every Lean Six Sigma implementation and are the real change agents in a Lean Six Sigma initiatives.

The program follows the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) model and teaches the soft skills required to effectively lead projects. As a black belt, you will be the one continually working toward institutionalizing the effective use of Lean Six Sigma tools throughout your organization.

You will learn how to:

  • Increase profitability through Lean Six Sigma projects.
  • Apply statistical methods for business process improvement using Minitab software.
  • Select and coordinate successful Lean Six Sigma projects and project teams.
  • Practice Six Sigma methodology by completing one actual Lean Six Sigma project.

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  • Engineers and administrators who intend to lead quality improvements as Six Sigma leaders within their organizations.

  • Six Sigma Overview

    • Six Sigma Introduction
    • How to Deploy Six Sigma
    • Six Sigma Projects

    DMAIC Define 

    • Project Definition
    • Metrics and Deliverables
    • Project Financials
    • Project Scheduling       
    • Change Management/Teams

    DMAIC Measure

    • Change Management/Teams
    • Tools and Objectives
    • Distributions
    • X-Bar Charts
    • Individual Data
    • Process Capability, Histograms and Probability Plots
    • Attribute Control Charts
    • Short-Run Statistical Process Control (SPC)
    • Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)

    DMAIC Analyze 

    • Value Stream Analysis (VSA)
    • Sources of Variation
    • Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
    • Introduction to Regression
    • Multiple Regressions
    • Introduction to Designed Experiments
    • Design of Experiments (DOE) Analysis
    • Design Selection
    • Transformations

    DMAIC Improve 

    • Tools and Objectives
    • Response Surface Analysis
    • Ridge Analysis
    • Simulations
    • Evolutionary Operations (EVOP)

    DMAIC Control 

    • Tools and Objectives
    • Serial Correlation
    • Time Series Analysis
    • Design for Six Sigma
    • Curriculum, contact/ credit hours
    • A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with a minimum grade of “good” or a minimum grade point average of 2.3 is required.
    • For applicants who graduated from university with an overall grade of "pass," two years of professional work experience is required.
    • A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificate or achieving a minimum of 70 percent in the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt assessment exam from the Executive Education of the School of Business at AUC is required.