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The ability to understand and use statistical data is crucial to the success of any Lean Six Sigma project. This module introduces basic statistical concepts including data types, populations and sampling, measures of central tendency, measure of spread, shape, and measures of variation.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Measure

Without a solid foundation and supporting structure, any Lean Six Sigma deployment faces a very unstable future. Building that foundation and supporting structure is critical to the long term success of your deployment. This module takes the learner through the critical areas that need to be addressed to ensure that this foundation and supporting structure are in place and understood by everyone in the organization.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Champion || Phase: Define

Lean Six Sigma practitioners and project team members will get a thorough understanding of what it means to perform a capability analysis and the benefits that can be gained from quantifying the capability of a process. It covers several concepts such as short-term vs. long-term capability, various capability metrics, and a four step process for calculating capability for attribute and variable performance characteristics.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Measure

Used to show the application of the Lean Six Sigma methodology on a real problem. It also shows how the different tools seen during the week of training are applied on this project. This will give the student a reference on how a final report will look like and how the application and analysis of the tools will lead to solve the problem.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Measure

The Control Plan is one of the most essential tools in process excellence. It allows practitioners to gain buy-in for the solution, establish sustainable improvements, and transition ownership of the process back to the team. In this module, students will learn how to complete this document.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Control

Proper data collection is critical to the correct analysis and reporting of key business metrics. The fundamental topics covered in this module include discrete vs. continuous data types, scales of measurement, specific data collection principles, converting attribute data to variable data, sample size considerations, sampling strategies and data gathering strategies.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Measure

In order to be successful, projects must be properly scoped to the right level of complexity before being handed over to a Lean Six Sigma team. This course explains the metrics necessary to create well-defined projects that are not too large and not too small.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Champion || Phase: Define

This module explains a primary Lean concept, value stream mapping, and its role in identifying waste in and between processes. The module explores the aspects of a value stream -- all actions and process steps, both value-add and non-value-add -- required to create a product or service. Concepts such as SIPOC, top down flow chart, process flow mapping are discussed in the 8-step process to creating a value stream map. The module requires an understanding of process flow mapping.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Measure

This module explains the metrics necessary to create well-defined projects, including primary and consequential metrics, baselines, entitlements and targets.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Champion || Phase: Define

This module takes the learner through the steps to bring everything together to define a well scoped Lean Six Sigma project including defined roles and responsibilities, stakeholder information, the work plan, identified project risks, communication plan, problem statements and metrics.

Course: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt || Phase: Define