Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training
 Business, Lean Manufacturing, Lean Six Sigma, Operations, Project Management, Quality Management, Supply Chain
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Course Forum: Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training
This course begins with an icebreaker story. First, you’ll look at the differences between Kaizen, Lean, and Six Sigma, and understand the DMAIC Roadmap. Post that, you’ll see different Six Sigma methodologies, followed by identifying the role of a Six Sigma Yellow Belt individual.
You’ll then explore the Define phase and illustrate the process to capture the voice of the customer. You will learn the difference between the needs and wants of the customer and translate voices to requirements.
You then enter the Measure phase. Here, you’ll see 8 types of wastes and learn to identify these wastes in a business process. Learn how to employ a data collection plan and practice sampling and sampling techniques and get introduced to Minitab.
You then move to the Analyze Phase. Here, you’ll look at how to brainstorm the root causes using tools, prioritize the root causes, make use of graphical tools to analyze the data, and explore the Pareto chart and histogram.
In the Improve Phase, you’ll learn to use solution generation techniques such as brainstorming, brainwriting 635, and assumption busting.
Finally, in the Control Phase, you’ll look at control charts and differentiate between common and special causes.
By the end of this course, you will become a complete, allrounded, and thorough Six Sigma Yellow Belt professional.
Course Content

Introduction to the Course

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Introduction: Kaizen Versus Lean Versus Six Sigma  What is the Difference?

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Introduction: Six Sigma Methodologies and the Six Sigma DMAIC Roadmap

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Define: Capture the Voice of Customer (VOC)

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Define: Translate Voices to Requirements

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Define: Create a Project Charter

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Define: Create a SIPOC

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Measure: Create a Process Map

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Measure: Identify the 8 Wastes

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Measure: Identify the Data Types

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Measure: Create a Data Collection Strategy (Part 01)

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Measure: Create a Data Collection Strategy (Part 02)

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Measure: Introduction to Minitab

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Measure: Identify the Data Characteristics

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Measure: Check for Data Stability

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Measure: Identify Defects, Defectives, Opportunities For Error and Unit (DUDO)

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Measure: Identify the Process Capability

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Analyze: Identify the Trivial Many Root Causes

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Analyze: Ascertain Critical Root Causes

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Analyze: Identify Vital Few Root Causes Using Basic Charts

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Analyze: Identify Vital Few Root Causes Using Graphical Techniques

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Analyze: Identify Vital Few Root Causes Using Additional Analysis Techniques

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Improve: Generate, Prioritize, and Select Potential Solutions

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Improve: Pilot Solutions

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Improve: Perform a Risk Analysis

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Improve: Identify New Process Capability

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Control: Sustain Improvements Using Control Charts

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Control: Create a Control Plan

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Close: Replicate, Share Best Practices, Celebrate, and Recognize Success

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Recap Section

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Instructor
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