Lean 6Sigma

Lean 6Sigma Program

The program is designed to develop Lean 6Sigma expertise within your organization. We develop people, who have the knowledge and skills to implement business improvement initiatives and process improvement initiatives in every area of the organization. The process works very well in manufacturing service and transnational environment.

 

What is unique about our program?

Our "Action Oriented Model" which combines classroom training with real-time and hands on project coaching. All the tools and techniques are tailored to the need of the projects undertaken by the teams, enabling them to move towards their goals and targets. As you learn principles in training, you will apply these to your projects. As the projects progress the training gets customized to the new emerging reality of the project work.

 

A journey to become a Lean 6Sigma Black Belt or Green Belt will span over 6 months- alternating between spending time for training and getting back on the job, using the learning to complete your management assigned project. Thus, the return on investment for training and coaching is far higher in the first year itself, while organization can reap its benefit for years.

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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training Contents:

 

(Please note: Green Belts Training content will be a sub-set of the contents below.)

  • Program Introduction

  • Define improvement opportunities

  1. Validate real potential of the opportunities

  2. Translate Voice of Customer to their Requirements

  3. Team charter development and approval

  4. Visual project management through "Oobeya Room"

  5. End to End process analysis - Horizontal & Vertical

  6. Process Gemba and capturing the live process issues

  7. Reaping the benefits of low-hanging fruits

  • Measure the current performance

  1. Determine what to measure

  2. Operational definition

  3. Knowledge & application of basic statistical tools

  4. Measurement system analysis

  5. Manage the actual measurements

  6. Evaluate variability & lead time

  7. Determine the "Current Sigma Level Performance"

  8. Goals & targets for "Future Sigma Level Performance"

  • Analyze (Using Statistical and Lean tools)

  1. Failure analysis and mistake proofing

  2. Find all possible and probable causes

  3. Identify the Root Causes and Validate

  4. Assess and Reduce complexity

  5. Knowledge & application of advance statistical tools

  6. Knowledge & application of advanced lean tools

  7. Knowledge & application of management tools

  • Improve performance

  1. Encouraging team creativity

  2. Breaking down all communication barriers

  3. Overcoming team paralysis

  4. Affinity diagram and Solution mapping

  5. Innovative thinking

  6. Risk free & Bright Solution Ideas

  7. Impact analysis

  8. Influence analysis

  9. Solution implementation plan

  10. Nemawashi - buy in of the plan

  11. Review of actions and results against plan

  • Control and manage the new performance level

  1. Process failure mode and effect analysis

  2. Fault tree analysis

  3. Visual process management

  4. Standardized work

  5. Process stability analysis

  6. Process capability analysis

  7. Daily management practices

  8. Statistical Process Control and Reaction Plan

  9. Quality Control and Process Control

  10. Sustainable business results

  11. Closure and Recognition

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Single Point of Contact

Veena - Head Marketing

Email: veena@l-e-a-n.com