Workforce at tactical and operational levels, preferably having Six Sigma Black Belt working experience
Know the basic function and conception of process and quality improvement, including basics of project management and risk management
Affinity for statistical and analytical skills pose distinct advantage
Have adequate knowledge about strategic management, project management and change management principles
Statistical knowledge advantageous
On completion of this program, the participants will be able to:
Learn the basic definitions and terminologies of Lean Six Sigma System.
Able to visualize how Lean Six Sigma is deployed within an organization and understand why it’s a proven methodology that helps to save cost while improving quality and sustaining the success.
Learn the five phases of a Lean Six Sigma initiative: Define Phase, Measure Phase, Analyse Phase, Improve Phase and the Control Phase.
Exposed to a case study of a real Lean Six Sigma project to assist in visualizing the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control phases of a project.
Learn how to use Minitab, a statistical software widely used around the world to analyse data.
Experience handling a group work of collecting data to gather real experience in using some statistical tools.
Learn a variety of statistical tools and understand how to use them at the different phases of a Lean Six Sigma project.
Able to differentiate between Lean and Six Sigma and shown why Lean and Six Sigma methodologies are dependent on one another and a proven strategic system for managing the whole supply chain of a business.
Learn the importance of Change Management in relations to Six Sigma Quality Management.