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Lean 6 Solutions Green Belt Training Program

Lean 6 Solutions Greenbelt Training Program

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The Lean 6 Solutions Greenbelt Training Program is designed for those individuals in your organization who are expected to allocate at least 10% of their time to continuous improvement efforts. This course will help them become change agents who can assist Black Belts with projects or lead projects of their own.

We would recommend: quality associates, mid level managers, champions, process owners, and any individuals who will participate routinely in process improvement initiatives.
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Lean 6 Solutions Greenbelt Training Program

Course Objectives:

With Lean 6 Solutions Green Belt course students learn how to make data driven decisions by using the proven DMAIC methodology. Over 30 tools are taught to allow students to gain process knowledge in order to make business decisions.

The Lean 6 Solutions Greenbelt training program is designed for those individuals in your organization who are expected to allocate at least 10% of their time to continuous improvement efforts. This course will help them become change agents who can assist Black Belts with projects or lead projects of their own. This training would be beneficial for the following types of functions in your organization: quality associates, mid level managers, champions, process owners, and any individuals who will participate routinely in process improvement initiatives.

Features:
•22 Powerpoint Modules.
•Utilize tools that are most important for process improvement.
•Additional notes on many slides to explain concepts.
•Using an easy approach to understanding the concepts, utilizing KISS (keep it simple statistically).
•Offer the complete Lean Six Sigma curriculum for Greenbelt.
•Exercises are incorporated into the training to give students an opportunity use the tools.

Define Phase

Module 1: Lean Six Sigma Overview
•What is Lean?
•What is Six Sigma?
•How do Lean and Six Sigma work together to optimize processes
•Definition of value added work and waste.
•How can Lean Six Sigma benefit your organization?
•Introduction to the DMAIC roadmap.

Module 2: Lean Six Sigma Roadmap

Module 3: Introduction to Define

Module 4: Defining the Project
•Determining the problem statement
•Determining the project objective
•Project business case
•Project charter

Module 5: Defining the Process
•Viewing work as a process.
•Determining the scope of the project.
•Determining the output of the project.
•Creating a SIPOC diagram.

Measure Phase

Module 6: Introduction to Measure

Module 7: Introduction to Statistics
•Variable vs. attribute data
•Frequency diagrams
•Measures of central tendency and variability
•Data sampling.
•Statistics and parameters
•How to draw inferences in data.
•Confidence Intervals

Module 8: Collecting Data
•Why data collection is important.
•Developing an operational definition.
•Creating a data collection plan.
•Sample size formulas and confidence intervals.
•Sampling strategies
•Using run charts to assess your baseline data
•Determining data stratification factors.
•How to collect data.

Module 9: Mapping the Process
•Understanding the importance of process diagrams.
•Using different types of process maps.
•Swim-lane process maps.
•Input/output process maps.
•Process loops and decisions.

Analyze Phase

Module 10: Introduction to Analyze

Module 11: Process Analysis
•Understanding why process analysis is important.
•The seven types of waste.
•How to perform value analysis on a process.
•Using process visuals to identify waste.



Module 12: Data Analysis – Gathering Information
•Understanding why data analysis is important.
•The data analysis process.
•Using Pareto charts to analyze stratified data.
•Using histograms to analyze patterns in data
•Using run charts to analyze data over time.

Module 13: Data Analysis – Potential Causes
•Determining potential causes.
•Brainstorming
•Cause and effect diagrams.
•Tree diagram and 5 whys.

Module 14: Data Analysis – Verify Causes
•Verifying causes through experimentation
•Box Plots.
•Scatter plots.

Improve Phase

Module 15: Introduction to Improve

Module 16: Developing Solutions
•Process simplification
•Process redesign
•Error proofing
•Process standardization
•Pugh Matrix

Module 17: Workplace Organization
•Why workplace organization is important
•The 5S process
•Creating a 5S baseline

Module 18: Total Productive Maintenance
•Why TPM is critical
•Overall Equipment Effectiveness
•Integrated Maintenance

Module 19: Quick Changeover
•Quick Changeover Definition
•Benefits of Quick Changeover
•Changeover Components

Module 20: Implementing Solutions
•Plan the implementation.
•Gantt Charts
•Piloting the solutions
•Validating your gains.

Control Phase

Module 21: Introduction to Control

Module 22: Control Systems
•Developing a control plan.
•Process standardization
•Training and documentation
•Validating gains
•Financial verification
•Visual Controls

 


 

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About the Author

   Lucas Jerden
Lucas Jerden

• Continuous Improvement Program Manager with experience in Lean Six Sigma Deployments. Expertise in training organizations in Lean and Six Sigma methodologies, developing training programs, creating organizational structures, selecting strategic projects, and change management.
• Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt with experience in leading process improvement projects in both manufacturing and transactional environments.
• Project engineer with experience in leading capital equipment installations.

   Specialties

• Exceptional ability to train and mentor personnel in the use of process improvement tools.
• Understanding of project management principles and tools.
• Expertise in Lean Six Sigma concepts and tools. Broad knowledge of statistical analysis techniques.
• Experienced team facilitator.
• Dynamic speaker with an ability to gain the attention and interest of the audience.

Additional Information

File Type .zip .ppt .doc .xls .docx
Format 22 Powerpoint Modules
File Size 27.3 Mb

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