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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) certification focuses on testing students on their comprehensive understanding of the various Six Sigma tools and techniques in conjunction with Lean.

Black Belts are considered the leaders within a Six Sigma team. Part of their duty is to oversee what other members (Green and Yellow Belts) have accomplished and keep all team members on track to reach goals and deadlines. Their primary task is project management; they are the individuals who define a Six Sigma project and its scope. It is their task to set goals and timelines for the project as well as constantly update executives and stakeholders of the current status of the business. Additionally, they often exhibit excellent communication skills and take on the role of the ‘change agent’ within their organization.

Since they are given a lot of responsibility within a Six Sigma Team, it is a requirement for these individuals to undergo training and earn sufficient experience in the form of leading Six Sigma Projects. These experts are well rounded in their knowledge of financial and statistical analysis, project management, and Six Sigma Tools. This knowledge and experience enables them to perform a wider range of tasks. Six Sigma Black Belts are often sought after and are highly employable because of these characteristics.

1
What is Six Sigma?
2
Six Sigma History and Application
3
Lean Concepts
4
Basic Six Sigma Concepts
5
Approaching the Problem
6
What is a Process?
7
Quality
8
Selecting the Right Projects
9
Basic Six Sigma Team Management
10
Introduction to DMAIC and DMADV
11
Intermediate Graphical Analysis
12
Normal Probability Distributions
13
Correlation and Regression
14
Non-Normal Probability Distributions
15
Hypothesis Testing
16
Advanced Control Charts
17
Applying Statistics to Business Applications through Six Sigma
18
Introduction to Minitab
19
Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control
20
Graphs and Quality Tools in Minitab
21
The Stat Menu in Minitab
22
Analysis of Variance (1-Way ANOVA)
23
Design of Experiments
24
Interactions, Multi-Level Factorials, and Creating Experiments
25
Brainstorming and Process Improvement Tools
26
Process Maps
27
Value Stream Mapping

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