SIX SIGMA YELLOW-BELT
SIX SIGMA YELLOW-BELT
Learn the basics of Six-Sigma quality process and how it can immediately reduce cost, increase production or improve quality. This one-day workshop provides an overview of the basic philosophy, organization, and methodology for Six-Sigma quality. It introduces the central process of the Six-Sigma methodology, DMAIC – DefineMeasure-Analyze-Improve-Implement-Control. This practical overview is an introduction to the basic Six-Sigma topics of variation, process capability, and root cause analysis. Powerful case studies and examples drawn from service, business process, and manufacturing applications will provide effective overview of Six-Sigma.
Who should attend?
Individuals who want a “first-time” exposure to the Six-Sigma process and its benefits
Executives who wish to take the quality of their company to the next level
Managers who are responsible for individuals and projects using Six-Sigma techniques or who champion Six-Sigma projects
Support staff for Six-Sigma practitioners such as accounting, administrative assistant, and clerical personnel, etc
There are no prerequisites to participate in this workshop
The Yellow-Belt workshop does not require a prior working knowledge of statistics
The tools and techniques required will be taught in this workshop.
The Responsibilities of a Yellow Belt :
A Yellow Belt typically has a basic knowledge of Six Sigma, but does not lead projects on their own. They are often responsible for the development of process maps to support Six Sigma projects. A Yellow Belt participates as a core team member or subject matter expert (SME) on a project or projects. In addition, Yellow Belts may often be responsible for running smaller process improvement projects using the PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) methodology. PDCA, often referred to as the Deming Wheel, enables Yellow Belts to identify processes that could benefit from improvement. These smaller Yellow Belt projects often get escalated to the Green Belt or Black Belt level where a DMAIC methodology is used to maximize cost savings using Statistical Process Control.
Workshop Outline :
1. Understand the Six-Sigma methodology and framework
2. Recognize the organizational factors that are necessary groundwork for a successful SixSigma program
3. Recognize the five-step Six-Sigma DMAIC model used to improve processes
4. Understand the benefits and implications of a Six-Sigma program and relate Six-Sigma concepts to the overall business mission and objectives
5. Opportunity (or problem) identification and definition
6. Create a Charter Document
7. Think about the organization as a collection of processes, with inputs that determine the output
8. Creative techniques
9. Discover customer requirements
10. Familiarization of the Sigma Level concept to evaluate the capability of a process or organization
11. Understand requirements.