Six Sigma Black Belt

Description: Black Belts are intern consultants who work under Six Sigma. Black Belts would act as a connection between the improvement team and the managemental group (Champions, Vice president). Black Belts would communicate Six Sigma activities progress in periodic terms.

Black Belts were trained through 160 hours course, and  they had to accomplish satisfactory a 70,000.00 - 250,000.00 USD project (Depending upon Corporate Strategies)

Duration: 160 hours.

Overview

* Six Sigma's general scope

* DMAIC Methodology

* Six Sigma's Financial Benefits

* Six Sigma's Language

Definition

* Project's Planning

* Projet's Definition

* Projet's Selection

* Development of a business case

* Team building

* Defining rolls and responsabilities (team work)

* Customer's voice supporting the project

* Costs of Poor Quality  (COPQ)

* Translating Customers Needs within Specific Requirements  (CTQs)

* SIPOC Chart

* Process Mapping (As-Is process)

* Definition phase review

Measurement

* Data's attributes (Continuous Versus Discreet)

* Descriptive and Inferential Statistical

* Metrics Definition

* Measurement System Analysis

* Repetibility and Reproducibility

* Tecniques of obtaining data

* Calculating sample size

* Plan of obtaining data

*Undestanding the variation

* Statistical thought and control charts

* Process capacity measurement

* Calculating Process's Six Sigma Level

* Rolled Throughput Yield

* Unfolded visual of he line execution of bases of the project

* Statistical Software Training

* Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)

* Measurement phase review

Analysis

* Visual Interface (Histogram, Tendency, Pareto, Scatter charts)

* Process Mapping detailed (Low Level) Critics Areas

* Analysis of Added Value

* Cause-Effect Analysis (a.k.a. Fishbone, Ishikawa)

* Affinity Diagram

* Data's Segmentation & Stratification

* Correlation & Regression (lineal & multiple)

* Process Development (Cp, Cpk, Pp, Ppk)

* Process capability short term vs long term

* Hipothesis testing

* Variation Analysis (ANOVA), 2 samples  T-Test, Chi Squared Test

* Experiments  (DOE) - Full, Fractional Factorials, Design

* Verification of Root-Causes

* Determining opportunities for improvement (defects vs finances)

* Analysis Phase Review

Control

* Improvement Process Assurance

* Statistical Process Control (SPC)

* Rational Sub-group

* Process inputs and outputs standardization

* Developing a Process Control Plan

* Documenting the Process

* Systemic Thought

* Improvements Validation  in Quality terms

* Improvements Validation in Financial terms

* Process Mapping Before and After

* Training in Statistical Software

* Control Phase review