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Innovation Six Sigma Green Belt + Black Belt Training Course

Course title: Innovation Six Sigma Green Belt + Black Belt Training and Certification Courses

Course Introduction:

Innovation Six Sigma is the perfect combination of Six Sigma and innovative tools, integrating innovative elements to evolve into a perfect system by dint of DMAI2C methodology. It will lead the enterprise to excellent and innovative operation and play a significant role in the formation of core competitiveness and sustainable financial benefits of the enterprise.

Green Belt and Black Belt candidates of innovation Six Sigma are backbone for operation of the enterprise and key elements influencing innovation Six Sigma management. Therefore, comprehensive range of innovation Six Sigma management is essential in shaping the innovative enterprises.

This course is divided into two parts: the first 10 days are Green Belt Training while the later 10 days are upgraded Black Belt training.

Course Features: 

1. Focusing on practice: based on practical experience of IEG consultants for ages, extracting appropriate tools and methods for carrying out innovation Six Sigma management, this course provides practical training for students.

2. Professional lecturers: IEG has many teachers with years of training and experience in counseling who are knowledgeable and experienced.

3. Easy to apply: the course provides many actual cases to carry out individual case study and group practice so as to help students to utilize what they had learned to work rapidly.

4. Professional certificates: student who had completed the course would be granted with Innovation Six Sigma GB Certificate or BB Certificate by IEG Institute of Innovation.

Course Object:

R& D Manager, Project Manager, Production Manager, QA Manager, mid-level leadership of other departments, administrative staffs of production and quality department, Project Leader, Continuous improvement work promotion personnel, etc.

Course Benefits:

1. Learn Six Sigma and DMAI2C methodology.

2. Understand the roles they should play in order to successfully promote Six Sigma

3. Determine the appropriate scope, definitions and lead Six Sigma project

4. Effectively manage project team.

5. Apply the methods learnt in all stages of DMAI2C to address the business issues of concern.

6. Effectively use innovative tools to accelerate the process innovation.

7. Confirm the most important input variables affecting the process output.

8. Use statistical analysis to determine the relationship between the process output and key input variables.

9. Learn how to improve the results into financial benefits.

10. Implement control strategies to maintain improving on the effectiveness.

Course Duration: 20 days

Teaching Methods: theme lectures, case studies, courses practice
(Blueprint for Breakthrough):
Definition Measurement Analysis Improvement/ innovation Control

DMAI2C GB+BB 20- day Course Outline
Period Main Contents Period Main Contents
Week One
Green Belt and Black Belt

         Introduction to Six Sigma

         Concerned about the Voice of the Customer (VOC)

         Definition of Project Management

         Establishment of Project Team

         Introduction to Basic Statistics (I), Charting Tools

         Process map _ Project Basis

         Measurement Systems Analysis (Gage R&R)

         Process Capability Analysis

         C&E Matrix

         Overview of Lean Theory

         Multivariate Analysis

         Regression and Correlation Analysis

         Central Limit Theorem (Concerned about the Operation of the Tool)
Week Two
Green Belt and Black Belt

         Week One Courses Review

         Confidence Interval

         Hypothesis Testing

         Mean Testing

         Proportion Testing

         One-way Analysis of Variance

         Introduction to Experimental Design

         Single Factorial Analysis by Variance

         Full Factorial Design

         2k Factorial Design

         Process Improvement

         Control Method and Control Program


         Introduction to Statistical Process Control (SPC)

         SPC_ Control Charts for Variables

         SPC_ Control Charts for Attributes
Week Three
Black Belt
         Review on Green Belt Courses

         Six Sigma Indicators

         Data Collection and Operational Definition

         Basic Statistics (II)

         Potential Screening

         Variance Test

         Contingency Table and Chi-square Test

         Detection Power and Sample Size

         Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Week Four
Black Belt
         Randomized Block Experiment

         2K Factor and Center Point and Blocking

         Fractional Factorial Design

         Introduction to TRIZ

         Ideal Final Resolution

         Contradiction Analysis

         Concept Selection

         Case Study and Practice (Workshop)

         Review on Experimental Design

         Response Surface Methodology

         Visual Management

         Project Review