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Appreciating LEAN Six Sigma - 14 PDUs :

Improvement & Waste Reduction in Systematic way!

Course Code: 60LSXMA02DCL

Introduction :

Constant desire for improvement is one of the basic instincts of a human begin and therefore that of an organization. Improvement is not always good -smiley oh, does it appear to be a paradoxical statement? It is indeed! Many a times, the definition of improvement and hence the metric of improvement is missing; the impact of an improvement is focused on local optimization than a global optimization and hence resulting into bad effects of an improvement. This course is designed to create a fundamental broad understanding of LEAN, Six Sigma improvement methodology along with DMAIC approach for process improvement.

Learning Objectives : After participating in this workshop, the participants shall be able to…

  • Describe the basic concept of Lean and Six Sigma
  • Define the relation, similarities & differences between Six Sigma & LEAN & Kaizen
  • Define the benefits of Six Sigma for real personal projects
  • Apply a few select tools of Lean & Six Sigma for basic in-class project under the guidance of the facilitator
  • Smoothly transit to remaining 3 days of Green belt certification
  • Claim 14 PDUs towards PMI's Certificate Continuation requirementn

Participants' profile :

  • Participants who drive for understanding the systematic way of improvement while reducing the waste.
  • Participants need NOT have any specific industry or domain or technology experience.
  • Self-employed, Salaried, and even home-makers (a good word for house-wives / house-husbands)..

Kit for Participants :

  • Bound Hard copy of lecture notes
  • ASQ's BOK® for Six Sigma
  • Study book with practice tests
  • Certificate of participation – This certificate is valid for claiming the necessary PDUs and / or formal training hrs for the PMI's examination..

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Duration Duration : 2 Days
Improvement is not always good - oh, does it appear to be a paradoxical statement? It is indeed! Many a times, the definition of improvement and hence the metric of improvement is missing; the impact of an improvement is focused on local optimization than a global optimization.

Process Groups Addressed :

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Knowledge Areas Addressed :

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untick Scope Management