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The following 19 topics are included in the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Instructor Materials, containing all the subject matter (and workshops) necessary for effective training of your Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts, Champions, and Green Belts:
Introduction to Six Sigma (27 slides)
Definition of Six Sigma & its relation to Costs and Efficiency.
Popularity and Application of Six Sigma
Comparisons between typical TQM and Six Sigma Programs.
How to Deploy Six Sigma (35 slides)
Data driven decision making
Organizational metrics and dashboards
Six Sigma Projects (35 slides)
Is it a Six Sigma Project?
Customer Focused Projects
Estimating Project Benefits
Overview of DMAIC methodology
DEFINE Stage Tools & Objectives (31 slides)
Define Stage Objectives
Project Charter: Use and Development
Work Breakdown Structure.
DEFINE: Metrics & Deliverables (37 slides)
Critical to Quality (CTQ) Metrics
Throughput Yield (and comparison to traditional yield)
Rolled Throughput Yield
DPMO: Use and Misuse
Critical to Schedule (CTS) Metrics
Process Cycle Efficiency
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Relation of CTQ and CTS Metrics to Critical to Cost (CTC) Metrics
DEFINE: Project Scheduling (21 slides)
Scheduling Project Activities & Events
Critical Path Analysis / Activity Network Diagram.
DEFINE: Change Management and Six Sigma Teams (39 slides)
Problems with Change
Team Formation, Rules & Responsibilities
Stages of Team Development
Nominal Group Technique
Measure Stage Tools and Objectives (44 slides)
Measure Stage Objectives
Process Definition (Flowcharts, Process Maps, SIPOC)
Establishing Process Baseline
Enumerative vs. Analytic Statistics.
Process Variation (Deming's Red Bead)
Benefits of Control Charts.
Requirements vs. Control (Tampering)
Control Chart as Process Baseline Tool
MEASURE: X-Bar Charts (35 slides)
Uses / Assumptions
Construction & Calculations.
Interpretation (including Run Test Rules)
MEASURE: Individuals Data (32 slides)
Uses, comparison with X-Bar chart
Construction, calculations, assumptions, sampling considerations and interpretation:
Individual-X / Moving Range Charts
Moving Average Charts
MEASURE: Process Capability (24 slides)
Histograms Use and Misuse
Goodness of Fit Tests
Capability & Performance Indices (Relative to Process Control; Interpretation; Estimating Error)
MEASURE: Attribute Charts (27 slides)
Selection (P, U, Np, C Charts)
Construction & Calculations
MEASURE: Green Belt Data Collection Workshop (9 slides)
Data Collection Activity
MSA Analysis of Data
Control Chart Analysis of Data
Capability Analysis of Data
Analyze Stage Tools & Objectives (32 slides)
Analyze Stage Objectives
Definition of Waste
Analyzing Process for NVA
Lead Time and Velocity
Methods to Increase Velocity
When are Batches More Efficient?
ANALYZE: Sources of Variation (40 slides)
Confidence Intervals on Means & Percents
Hypothesis Testing Method, Assumptions and Uses
Hypothesis Tests on Mean, Two Sample Means, Paired Samples
Hypothesis Tests on Variance, Two Sample Variances
Power & Sample Size Considerations
ANALYZE: Regression Analysis (37 slides)
Cause & Effect Diagrams.
Correlation, Stratification, Extrapolation
Linear Regression Model
Interpreting the ANOVA Table
Confidence & Prediction Limits.
Overview of Multiple Regression Tools including Designed Experiments
ANALYZE: DOE Basics (17 slides)
DOE vs. Traditional Experiments
DOE vs. Historical Data
Selecting Factors and Levels
Improve Stage Tools and Objectives (33 slides)
Improve Stage Objectives
Tools to Prioritize Improvement Opportunities
Defining New Process Flow
Lean Tools to reduce NVA and Achieve Flow
Tools to Define & Mitigate Failure Modes
Reference to Tools for Defining New Process Levels
Control Stage Tools & Objectives (19 slides)
Control Stage Objectives
Methods of Control