Integrated Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course

Integrated Lean Six Sigma
Green Belt Course
Online Course runs September 19th, 2019-January 23rd, 2020--12:30pm-3:30pm CST

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This integrated (Online study followed by instructor-led cyber sessions) course will be 30 Hours Online content with 27 hours of instructor-led cyber sessions. Instructors will have “office hours” and each participant will have access to 10 hours over the length of the course for individual coaching.

Registration deadline: Thursday, September 12, 2019

Purpose of Workshop

This class follows an Integrated (Online study followed by instructor-led cyber sessions) model – Instructors will have “office hours” and each participant will have access to 10 hours over the length of the course. This course begins September 19th and runs through January 23rd. Class time is 12:30pm-3:30pm CST.

Course Contents

Kickoff &
Session 1
Title/TopicDateTimeDurationInstructor
Pre-Class, Getting Started 19-Sep 1230 CST 1 hr Wilson
Introduction 3-Oct 1230 CST 3 hrs Wilson
Introduction to Six Sigma Wilson
Introduction to Lean Principles Wilson
Introduction to Lean Office and Service Wilson
Introduction to the Theory of Constraints Wilson

Session 2Defining the Project17-Oct1230 CST3 hrsWilson
Voice of the Customer Wilson
Managing the Project Wilson
Kaizen Event Wilson
SIPOC Wilson
Mapping the Process  Wilson

Session 3Measuring the Process7-Nov1230 CST3 hoursWilson
Eight Wastes Wilson
A3 Problem Solving Wilson
Current State Value Stream Mapping Wilson
Future State Value Stream Mapping Wilson
Process-Based Costs Wilson
What is Statistics? Wilson

Session 4Process Analysis21-Nov1230 CST3 hrsRose
Organizing and Presenting Data Rose
Pareto Analysis Rose
Scatter Diagrams Rose
Measures of Central Tendency Rose
Measures of Dispersion Rose
Descriptive Statistics: Self Assessment Rose
Measurement System Analysis Rose

Session 5Baseline and Root Cause19-Dec1230 CST3 hrsWIlson
Introduction to Process Capability WIlson
Process Capability Assessments WIlson
Cause and Effect Diagrams WIlson
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis WIlson

Session 6Making Improvements9-Jan1230 CST3 hrsWIlson
5S WIlson
Visual Management WIlson
Standard Work WIlson
Error Proofing WIlson
Changeover Reduction WIlson
Workplace Design and Layout WIlson
Flow and Pull Systems WIlson
Total Productive Maintenance WIlson

Session 7Controlling the Process23-Jan1230 CST3 hrsWIlson
Selecting the Solution WIlson
Control Charts WIlson
Controlling the Process WIlson
PDCA WIlson

Cost

$2,495.00 **

Refund policy: 50% refund 14 days or more prior to the start of the course.
25% between 14 and 7 days prior to the start of the course.
0% within 6 days of the start of the course.

**In addition, participants will need to have some type of SPC Software.  We use and recommend SigmaXL and it can be purchased through us for $209 (regular price is $299). 

Course Instructors

 Primary instructors are:

Steven Wilson

Steven C. Wilson is recognized as an outstanding business process improvement leader and facilitator of transformational change; an entrepreneur; a catalyst for collaboration - providing opportunities for people to share ideas and thoughts from the "best" and also for the "best" to learn from others; and a sought-after advisor, coach, consultant, and speaker. An ASQ CLSSBB since 2004, he has trained and coached over 2000 individuals from over 200 companies in Lean and Six Sigma, is a certified Theory of Constraints Supply Chain Logistics Practitioner and received Lean Certification through the University of Michigan College of Engineering (2004). 

Having over 20 years of experience in business and operations, he is routinely called upon to offer guidance to C-suite and senior executives and business-operations and improvement specialists who wish to improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of their organizations. He is highly valued for his ability to provide strategic insight and tactical analysis—and to convert these thoughts into reality by successful engagement and execution. 

With a focus on improving the performance of companies and the conditions of those who work there, Wilson is regularly sought by companies to help analyze and formulate their strategic vision, to design the tactics necessary to achieve their goals, to identify and organize the logistics necessary to support the plan, and to lead the execution phase. He is highly valued for his ability to silence the noise and provide strategic analysis and tactical insight leading to successful deployment and execution. 

Although he is an expert in the more granular facets of the discipline, he places a special emphasis on the cornerstones for success: the engagement of people and instilling a leadership culture as part of the company’s DNA. His end-goal is to help create high-performance individuals working in high- performance teams for high-performance organizations. 

Dan Rose

Dan Rose is an Assistant Professor at LeTourneau University in Longview, TX. He is teaching an array of undergraduate classes in Statistical Methods and Theory, Experimental Design, Statistical Process Monitoring, Reliability, and Systems Engineering. For these courses, he is responsible for course content, delivery, and student assessment.

Prior to his recent transition to academia, Mr. Rose has been consulting for ten years focusing on Lean Six Sigma (LSS) training and deployment. Most recently he has been employed by NOVACES, LLC. As a Program Manager, he re-energized an LSS deployment at the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As a Senior Business Consultant, he integrated Lean Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints methodologies as a Master Black Belt for the Defense Logistics Agency, a Department of Defense agency. There he trained 20 black belts and over 80 green belts in addition to mentoring over 40 projects ranging from inventory reduction to improved process efficiency to process waste removal. 

 Dan has promoted lean six sigma more broadly while serving a 2-year term as the Chair of the Black Belt Certification Exam Committee for the American Society of Quality (ASQ). He lead various certification activities including recruiting volunteers and leading multiple exam writing workshops, collaborating with ASQ staff on exam scoring, and reviewing certification applications. For the five years prior to serving as chair he assisted previous chairs in exam activities. 

Dan has earned Masters of Science degrees in Statistics from both Iowa State University and Rochester Institute of Technology, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from LeTourneau University. He holds a Six Sigma Black Belt certification (CSSBB) from the American Society for Quality (ASQ). Additionally, he holds Certified Quality Engineer and Certified Reliability Engineer designations from ASQ. 

Prerequisite

 

Participants will need to have a project to work on during the course and a discussion will be held with the participants prior to the start of the course to ensure it is appropriate.

Expected Schedule

 

Participants will be assigned modules to complete each week though some may wish to complete more than the assigned ones. Cyber instruction will occur once every other week lasting 3 hours and is designed to provide additional insight and instruction into the previous weeks online materials. This course begins September 19th and runs through January 23rd. Class time is 12:30pm-3:30pm CST.
*In case of absence from Cyber Session Content: Should a participant be absent from a cyber session, they will be able to view the recorded session which will be hosted on a secure site.