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Bestel deze unieke Elearning cursus Six Sigma Yellow Belt online, 1 jaar 24/ 7 toegang tot rijke interactieve video’s, spraak, voortgangsbewaking door rapportages en testen per hoofdstuk om de kennis direct te toetsen.

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Six Sigma and Lean: Foundations and Principles

Introduction to Six Sigma

  • recognize the purpose of Six Sigma and its potential value to an organization
  • identify key characteristics of Six Sigma
  • sequence key developments in the evolution of Six Sigma

Six Sigma Principles

  • recognize core concepts of the Six Sigma methodology
  • identify considerations when assessing an organization's readiness to use Six Sigma for a project
  • identify ways in which Six Sigma can benefit an organization

Introduction to Lean

  • recognize foundational Lean concepts
  • match Lean concepts to their descriptions
  • classify examples of value- and nonvalue-added activities and waste

Lean Tools Commonly used in Six Sigma

  • recognize examples of the just-in-time method
  • recognize examples of poka-yoke
  • recognize examples of Kanban-pull
  • identify the types of information revealed by value stream mapping

Relationship between Lean and Six Sigma

  • recognize differences and similarities between Six Sigma and Lean
  • recognize criteria you must take into consideration before integrating Lean and Six Sigma
  • recognize activities involved in Lean deployment
  • demonstrate your understanding of Lean and Six Sigma concepts and tools

Six Sigma: Team Basics, Roles, and Responsibilities

Team Types and Stages of Development

  • match types of teams with their corresponding descriptions
  • identify ways in which Six Sigma teams provide value to an organization
  • recognize whether a given team is forming, storming, or norming
  • recognize activities that take place at the performing, adjourning, and recognition stages of team evolution

Team Decision-making Techniques

  • sequence activities that take place during a brainstorming session
  • identify guidelines for effective use of the nominal group technique
  • identify the characteristics of the multivoting technique

Team Communication Methods

  • determine the best communication approach to take within a given a team context
  • identify the characteristics of an effective meeting agenda
  • identify best practices when recording minutes for meetings
  • recognize how status reports contribute to project success

Six Sigma Team Roles and Responsibilities

  • match Six Sigma project roles with their corresponding responsibilities
  • recognize characteristics of a Yellow Belt
  • match project team members with their responsibilities
  • demonstrate your understanding about team evolution, decision-making, communication and roles and responsibilities

Six Sigma: Quality Tools

Common Charts Used in Six Sigma DMAIC

  • recognize how quality tools are used during a Six Sigma project
  • recognize when to use a Pareto chart
  • sequence the steps for creating a Pareto chart
  • recognize the activities involved in creating a process map flowchart
  • apply decision rules to given run charts

Key Diagrams Used in Six Sigma DMAIC

  • recognize activities involved in carrying out a root cause analysis
  • recognize best practices for using a cause and effect diagram
  • match types of check sheets with examples of when each type would be used
  • match scatter diagrams with corresponding interpretations
  • interpret a histogram
  • demonstrate the use of Six Sigma charts, graphical tools, diagrams, and check sheets

Six Sigma: Metrics

Performance Metrics

  • identify the purpose of metrics in Six Sigma
  • recognize characteristics of two approaches to measuring process performance

Using DPU and DPMO

  • calculate defects per unit (DPU)
  • recognize examples of defect opportunities
  • calculate defects per million opportunities (DPMO)

Other Six Sigma Performance Metrics

  • calculate first time yield
  • calculate rolled throughput yield
  • recognize the role of cost of poor quality as a performance metric
  • match types of quality costs to corresponding examples
  • recognize the role of cycle time as a performance metric
  • calculate cycle time and takt time
  • demonstrate Six Sigma metrics, including DPU, DPMO, FTY, RTY, cycle time, takt time, and COPQ

Six Sigma Identifying Projects

Voice of the Customer

  • identify considerations associated with Voice of the Customer and Voice of the Business when determining project requirements
  • sequence the steps for implementing a VOC strategy in a Six Sigma project
  • recognize how customer information is used during project definition
  • choose the appropriate data collection method for the type of information you need to gather
  • classify examples of the types of customer requirements

Selecting a Six Sigma Project

  • identify best practices when selecting a Six Sigma project
  • recognize how a priority matrix is used during project selection
  • select the best Six Sigma methodology given project information

Stakeholder Analysis

  • recognize examples of project stakeholders
  • classify customers as internal or external
  • identify the process owner on a given Six Sigma project

Process Inputs and Outputs

  • recognize the components that make up a process
  • label process variables according to where they belong in a SIPOC diagram
  • recognize concepts related to Voice of the Customer data collection and use, utilize Six Sigma tools for project selection, identify and manage stakeholders, and use SIPOC to identify process components

Six Sigma: Project Management Basics

Six Sigma Project Phase Reviews

  • identify the elements of a project charter
  • recognize a well-written goal statement
  • recognize a well-written problem statement
  • identify best practices when scoping a Six Sigma project

Communication and Six Sigma

  • identify the elements of Six Sigma communication plan
  • determine the best communication tools to use in different situations

Planning Six Sigma Projects

  • identify how planning tools are used during a Six Sigma project
  • recognize how a work breakdown structure is used during a Six Sigma project
  • interpret a given Gantt chart

Tools for Managing Six Sigma Projects

  • use an activity network diagram to gain information about a project
  • recognize best practices when creating affinity diagrams
  • recognize when to use a matrix chart
  • identify uses for a relations chart
  • recognize best practices for creating tree diagrams

Six Sigma Project Phase Reviews

  • identify activities required to prepare for and conduct a tollgate review
  • recognize the purpose and benefits of tools, including the work breakdown structure, Gantt chart, activity network diagrams, affinity diagrams, matrix charts, tree diagrams, and tollgate reviews

Basic Six Sigma Statistics

Measures of Central Tendency

  • recognize the differences between descriptive and inferential statistics
  • define central tendency
  • calculate the mean of a sample
  • calculate the median of a sample
  • determine the mode of a sample

Measures of Dispersion

  • define dispersion
  • determine the range of a sample
  • calculate the standard deviation of a sample
  • calculate the variance of a sample

Using Statistical Techniques in Six Sigma

  • distinguish between tools for inferential statistics
  • identify the effects that outliers have on measures of central tendency and dispersion
  • demonstrate your understanding of measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion

Classifying and Collecting Data

Data Types

  • recognize the role of data classification in a Six Sigma project
  • distinguish between examples of qualitative and quantitative data
  • distinguish between examples of continuous and discrete data
  • recognize types of measurement scales

Data Collection for Six Sigma Projects

  • identify characteristics of automated data collection
  • identify components of a data collection plan
  • identify principles of data sampling
  • identify best practices for data collection
  • distinguish between influencing factors on the quality of data

Data Collection Techniques

  • distinguish between technologies used for data collection
  • identify benefits of using a survey as a data collection tool
  • identify benefits of using interviews for data collection
  • identify characteristics of an effective checklist used for data collection
  • demonstrate your understanding of data classification and collection best practices

Six Sigma Measurement System Analysis

Introduction to Measurement System Analysis

  • recognize examples of sources of measurement system error
  • distinguish between accuracy and precision

Assessing Measurement System Accuracy

  • distinguish between linearity, stability, and bias
  • calculate bias and interpret the results
  • identify the significance of linearity in a measurement system
  • calculate linearity and interpret the results
  • recognize how stability is determined and used during a Six Sigma project

Assessing Measurement System Precision

  • distinguish between repeatability and reproducibility
  • recognize how gauge repeatability and reproducibility studies are used during a Six Sigma project
  • interpret data from a study of total measurement system variation
  • demonstrate your understanding of measurement system analysis

Lean Tools and FMEA

Process Analysis Tools

  • match Lean concepts and tools with their corresponding descriptions
  • recognize activities associated with 5S
  • identify the characteristics of an effective value analysis
  • recognize examples of waste
  • identify activities carried out during a value stream analysis

Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)

  • identify characteristics of failure modes and effects analysis
  • distinguish between types of FMEA
  • assign severity, occurrence, and detection ratings to a failure mode
  • calculate percentage reduction in RPN
  • recognize FMEA worksheet best practices
  • demonstrate your understanding of using Lean tools and FMEA

Data Analysis and Root Cause Analysis in Six Sigma

Analyzing Data for Six Sigma Projects

  • distinguish between types of variables
  • identify characteristics of normal distribution
  • recognize situations for which you would use a binomial distribution
  • recognize how the shape of a distribution curve affects data interpretation
  • classify examples of causes of variations as either common or special causes

Root Cause Analysis in Six Sigma

  • recognize the process for conducting a root cause analysis
  • recognize best practices when using 5 Whys Analysis
  • identify sources of information used when creating a process map
  • distinguish between process map symbols and their meanings
  • recognize how relational matrix charts are used for root cause analysis
  • recognize activities involved in carrying out a force-field analysis
  • demonstrate your understanding of using data analysis and root cause analysis in Six Sigma projects

Six Sigma Correlation, Regression, and Hypothesis Testing

Using Correlation Analysis in Six Sigma

  • identify the purpose of correlation analysis in Six Sigma
  • interpret a scatter diagram to determine correlation
  • identify considerations when interpreting a correlation coefficient
  • recognize the importance of finding the statistical significance of correlation

Using Regression Analysis in Six Sigma

  • recognize how linear regression is used during data analysis
  • calculate an outcome using the regression analysis formula

Basics of Hypothesis Testing

  • identify the purpose of hypothesis testing for means
  • distinguish between types of hypotheses
  • recognize the attributes of Type I and Type II errors
  • distinguish between one-tailed and two-tailed hypothesis tests
  • identify factors that affect the power of a hypothesis test
  • determine whether to reject a null hypothesis based on given p-values
  • demonstrate your understanding of correlation analysis, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing

Six Sigma Techniques for Improvement

Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz

  • identify characteristics of Kaizen
  • sequence examples of activities that happen during the Kaizen process
  • recognize examples of activities typically performed during each day of a Kaizen Blitz
  • determine the best approach for applying Kaizen to a project

Plan-do-check-act (PDCA) Cycle

  • recognize types of projects that are suitable for PDCA
  • recognize activities that take place during the steps of the PDCA cycle

Cost-benefit Analysis

  • recognize the importance of cost-benefit analysis as an improvement tool
  • identify four categories of benefits
  • recognize examples of costs you should consider when doing a cost-benefit analysis
  • recognize the steps in a cost-benefit analysis
  • demonstrate your understanding of Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz, PDCA, and cost-benefit analysis

Six Sigma Control Tools and Documentation

Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz

  • identify characteristics of Kaizen
  • sequence examples of activities that happen during the Kaizen process
  • recognize examples of activities typically performed during each day of a Kaizen Blitz
  • determine the best approach for applying Kaizen to a project

Plan-do-check-act (PDCA) Cycle

  • recognize types of projects that are suitable for PDCA
  • recognize activities that take place during the steps of the PDCA cycle

Cost-benefit Analysis

  • recognize the importance of cost-benefit analysis as an improvement tool
  • identify four categories of benefits
  • recognize examples of costs you should consider when doing a cost-benefit analysis
  • recognize the steps in a cost-benefit analysis
  • demonstrate your understanding of Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz, PDCA, and cost-benefit analysis

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