Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training"— Presentation transcript:
1 Welcome to Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training Congratulations on being selected for Green Belt training.Green Belt training will consist of 2 weeks of formal training.General Electric, Allied Signal, Motorola, and many other organizations have saved billions through their Six Sigma programs. The Lean Six Sigma curriculum will provide an expanded set of tools which will further enhance your ability to deliver significant value to the Army.Lean Six Sigma is not a statistics course.Lean Six Sigma is an improvement initiative in which resources (Black Belts and Green Belts) are armed with a powerful set of problem solving tools (Six Sigma and Lean) and sent into the organization to form, lead, and mentor teams on solving complex, high return projects.
2 Welcome to Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training (Cont.) The following slides will provide a high-level view of what to expect from your training.Please remember that Lean Six Sigma is first and foremost a process. We only apply tools when they meet our objectives.Many tools will be taught, and it will be up to the Green Belt along with the team to decide when and where to apply the Lean Six Sigma tools.It is the goal of this training program to educate the students on the application of the Lean Six Sigma Improvement Process and the intelligent, strategic use of the Lean Six Sigma tools.Tool use guidance will be given and discussed in class.
3 Lean Six Sigma DMAIC Improvement Process Road Map DefineMeasureAnalyzeControlImproveActivitiesIdentify ProblemValidate Problem StatementGather Voice of the Customer & BusinessDevelop CCR’s & CBR’sValidate Goal StatementValidate Business CaseValidate Project ScopeSelect and Launch TeamDevelop Project ScheduleComplete Define GateAppropriately Map ProcessIdentify Key Input, Process and Output MetricsDevelop Operational DefinitionsDevelop Data Collection PlanValidate Measurement SystemCollect Baseline DataDetermine Process Performance/CapabilityComplete Measure GateIdentify Potential Root CausesReduce List of Potential Root CausesConfirm Root Cause to Output RelationshipEstimate Impact of Root Causes on Key OutputsPrioritize Root CausesComplete Analyze GateDevelop Potential SolutionsDevelop Evaluation CriteriaSelect Best SolutionsDevelop ‘To-Be’ Process Map(s)Develop Pilot PlanPilot SolutionDevelop Full Scale Implementation PlanComplete Improve GateImplement Mistake ProofingDevelop SOP’s, Training Plan and Process ControlsImplement Solution and Ongoing Process MeasurementsIdentify Project Replication OpportunitiesComplete Control GateTransition Project to Process OwnerKaizen, 5S, NVA Analysis,Generic Pull Systems, Four Step Rapid Setup MethodIdentify and Implement Quick Improvements with KaizenToolsProject CharterProject Selection ToolsPIP Management ProcessValue Stream MapVarious Financial AnalysisEffective Meeting SkillsStakeholder AnalysisCommunication PlanSIPOC MapHigh-Level Process MapProject Management ToolsVOC and Kano AnalysisRACI and Quad ChartsProcess MappingProcess Cycle EfficiencyLittle’s LawOperational DefinitionsData Collection PlanStatistical SamplingMeasurement System AnalysisTPMGeneric PullSetup ReductionControl ChartsHistogramsConstraint IdentificationProcess CapabilityValue AnalysisProcess Constraint IDTakt Time AnalysisCause and Effect AnalysisFMEAHypothesis TestsCorrelation AnalysisSimple and Multiple RegressionANOVAComponents of VariationConquering Product and Process ComplexityQueuing TheoryControl Charts & SPCStandard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)Training PlanCommunication PlanImplementation PlanProcess Control PlansVisual Process Control ToolsProject ReplicationProject CommissioningTeam Feedback SessionBrainstormingReplenishment Pull/KanbanStocking StrategyProcess Flow ImprovementProcess BalancingAnalytical Batch SizingTotal Productive MaintenanceDesign of Experiments (DOE)Solution Selection Matrix‘To-Be’ Process MappingPoka-Yoke
4 Topics – Week 1 Welcome and Introductions Introduction to Lean Six SigmaDMAIC Simulation – Round 1Introduction to Define PhaseMulti-Generational Project PlanningProject ChartersProject ManagementDocument and Analyze the ProcessValue of Cycle TimeTransactional Cycle Time SimulationDefining Process RequirementsDefine Gate ReviewIntroduction to Quick ImprovementQuick Improvement – 5SQuick Improvement – Work Control SystemsWork Control System ExerciseQuick Improvement - Setup ReductionIntroduction to Measure PhaseIntroduction to Process MeasurementDetermine What to Measure and Data CollectionVariability and Control Charts
5 Topics – Week 2 Measurement Systems Analysis DMAIC Simulation – Round 2Process CapabilityMeasure Gate Review ProcessIntroduction to AnalyzeBasic ToolsCause and Effect MatrixFailure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis TestingRegression AnalysisAnalyze Gate Review ProcessIntroduction to ImproveProcess Flow Improvement OverviewProcess Constraint IdentificationProcess BalancingProcess Flow ImprovementValue Add Time ReductionSolution Generation and SelectionPilot the SolutionImprove Gate Review ProcessDMAIC Simulation – Round 3Introduction to ControlMistake ProofingMistake Proofing ExerciseProcess Control and Implementation Plans, SOP DocumentationControl Gate Review ProcessProject CloseoutCourse Closeout