Lean Six Sigma is a synergized managerial concept of Lean and Six Sigma. Lean traditionally focuses on the elimination of the eight kinds of waste/muda classified as defects, over-production, waiting, non-utilized talent, transportation, inventory, motion and extra-processing. Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimizing variability in (manufacturing and business) processes. Synergistically, Lean aims to achieve continuous flow by tightening the linkages between process steps while Six Sigma focuses on reducing process variation (in all its forms) for the process steps thereby enabling a tightening of those linkages. In short, Lean exposes sources of process variation and Six Sigma aims to reduce that variation enabling a virtuous cycle of iterative improvements towards the goal of continuous flow.
What do you Learn?
Duration of the Training: 4 Days
Exam Body : There is no single body assigned to give Lean Six Sigma certificate to the quality profession. The examination will be conducted by the Training company itself.
Once you pass the exam with 50% or above then you need to complete one or two quality projects related to Lean Six Sigma concepts. Lean Six Sigma certification requirements vary from company to company.
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