“Things that cannot be measured, cannot be improved” a very old saying but so true.
Organizations continuously work towards product improvement, improvement in customer service, improvement in delivery time, improvement in schedule time, improvement in maintenance and repair process, etc. Improvements cannot be achieved in a single day they are all processes and takes time to give desired results.
Six Sigma process improvement methodology, Lean manufacturing, TQM, and a few more tools are available that organizations are implementing to achieve their quality goals.
It’s important to work on processes rather than products, thus the above-mentioned tools are used towards improving processes.
Six Sigma Process improvement methodology is a widely accepted and used tool across all the sectors like Hospitals, Manufacturing, BPO, ITES, Logistics, Telecommunications, etc.
Educational institutes like Engineering colleges, Management colleges offering BBA, MBA, PGDM, etc have made it a part of their curriculum. Engineering and Management Students opting for Operations & Logistics management domain study course on “Continues Quality Improvement Tools” as a part of their program.
Be it Harvard business school or AICTE-approved colleges in India or Indian universities they all have dedicated courses/programs on Quality Management.
Decode Careers is offering Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma programs both online and offline.
Professor Deb a mathematician and statistician who is having an experience of about 25 years both in the education and manufacturing domains is one of the principal faculty to offer Six Sigma programs along with his team of working professionals in the quality domain.
|Program with Certification||Duration|
|Six Sigma White Belt||2 hours|
|Six Sigma Yellow Belt||12 hours|
|Six Sigma Green Belt||24 hours|
|Six Sigma Black Belt||40 hours|
Six Sigma – Basic Course Coverage
At Decode Careers, we offer the following programs suitable for both working professionals and college students.
The problem is been defined using the S-M-A-R-T acronym.
The problem statement also known as the opportunity statement is drafted and a team is allocated to work on the project as per a Project charter.
Tools used are SIPOC, VOC, CTQ, Project Charter, etc.
A baseline is identified for the problem and then data is collected to know the real situation.
Measurement techniques/systems are also validated.
Tools used are. Gage R&R, Data Collection, Data preparation, MSA and Cause, and effect matrix, basic statistics, etc.
A data-driven approach to identify the root cause of the defects.
Tools used in this phase are Pareto Analysis, Cause and Effect Diagram, Statistical analysis, Hypothesis testing, etc.
Methods are used to reduce variation, provide effective solutions and select the best suitable solution.
Tools used are 7 Hat – Brain Storming, Mistake proofing, 5s, Affinity diagram, Pugh Matrix, Cost-benefit analysis, etc.
Sustaining the gains from the improving phase.
New work culture is implemented and followed.
Tools used are documentation, training, FMEA, Creating a response plan, continual improvement plan, etc.