Six Sigma is a methodology developed by Motorola aimed at eliminating all process variations.
Eliminating variation from processes enables a dramatic increase in quality and therefore cost reductions.
Six Sigma is more than just a method: it is a culture to be adopted, based on listening to the customer’s voice and collecting measurable, reliable data.
Six Sigma is based on the following premises:
All processes include some variability. Every variation has a cause.
The number of different causes is generally low (Pareto: 20% causes = 80% effects).
By identifying these causes, they can be controlled. The remaining variations can be eradicated with robust processes.
Six Sigma is not an approach aimed at improving a specific problematic point. It is a profound reform of the organisation as a whole. Six Sigma enables qualification, systematisation and consolidation of the optimisation approach.
Key points of the training
- – The DMAIC approach
- – History of the Lean Six Sigma
- – Building a project charter
- – Stakeholder analysis
- – 5 voices analysis
- – Data collection
- – Process mapping (VSM)
- – Advanced statistics
- – Distribution laws (normal, binomial, Poisson)
- – Control chart, measuring the process capability
- – Measurement system analysis
The differentiating factors of Exelop‘s training:
- Practical examples (50% of the training)
- Recognized official certification
- Presentation by Master Black Belt
- Simulation game 8Canossi, all along the training
- Use of Minitab software
an understanding of the Six Sigma methodology
the fundamentals of Six Sigma
DMAIC methodology and associated tools
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