Green Belt - Process Improvement Methodologies 2020

Green Belt - Process Improvement Methodologies 2020

Description

This Green Belt combines the strong mathematical approach with the simplicity and velocity of Lean. This is a quick and efficient way to reach the challenging financial goals of organizations. Sustainable success of companies is more and more based on specialized employees being able to improve in team production processes as well as service and administrative processes.

Program

What do we offer?:

  • Analyses techniques to detect waste in organizational processes
  • Project prioritisation tools based on differences between chronic or acute problems
  • Selection criteria in order choose the right approach and tools related to the defined problem
  • A thorough knowledge of the Lean – Six Sigma DMAIC methodology: project management structure, statistical toolbox, lean toolbox; problem solving toolbox, ….
  • Teamwork in process improvement projects
  • Change Management in process improvement projects

Every session combines theoretical background and practical exercises.

At the end of the training an exam is being held. This gives the right on a Green Belt Certificate is a score of 70% or more is reached.

Teaching language is to be defined! Please, contact our office! Trainings material will be provided in English.

Trainings topics:

Diagnosis

  • Basic philosophy of Lean – Six Sigma DMAIC
  • Lean principles: value, value stream (map), flow, pull, pursue perfection
  • Identification of problems: 7 technical & 3 ‘human’ wastes
  • Chronic versus acute variation: Kepner – Trego approach acute variation

Define

  • Definition & delimitation of your process improvement project (business case, project charter, social contract, stakeholder  analysis, communication plan)
  • Process visualisation (SIPOC, flow charts, value stream mapping, … )
  • Voice-of-the-customer (KANO, CTQ’s, … )

Measure

  • Funnelling (priority matrix, FMEA)
  • Data collection plan (TAKT-time, lead time, cycle time, … )
  • Data visualisation (histogram, pareto, time plot, box plot, … )

Analyze

  • Root Cause Analysis (5x Why?, Ishikawa, 6M’s)
  • Value added – non value added analysis
  • Data analysis (stratification, hypothesis tests, regression)

Improve

  • Generation, evaluation and selection of solutions (brainstorming, creativity-, selection-, decision making tools)
  • Design of an efficient process: linking of value added activities according the velocity of customer
  • Demand
  • Lean Toolbox: 5S, line balancing, visual management, standardized work, Kanban
  • Lean Manufacturing: SMED, OEE
  • Lean Services: Service Value Analysis, Conwip

Control

  • Control Charts (Statistical Process Control) and process capabilities
  • Secure results: standardisation, documentation, training, …
  • ·Definition of Lean Six Sigma – KPI’s

Target audience

Everybody driven to improve business processes in a sustainable and structured way: process engineers, quality engineers, continuous improvement managers, project managers, …

Trainers

Kurt Maegherman & Katia Van den Bremt (both trainers give training in and support companies during the implementation of Process Improvement Methodologies)

Testimonial

Companies which already participated in the training: Alcon, Aleris, Bekaert, Centocor (J&J), Genmab, Janssen Pharma, Monsanto, NMBS-Holding, Philips Lighting, Tibotec-Virco (J&J), ...

  • "This training gave me thorough insight in how to solve complex problems in a structured way.”
  • The training is very applicable in my own work context, very much related to practical work.”
  • “Not only useful for Six Sigma, very much applicable in daily work.”
  • “Having followed this training, you know what is coming up to you when – or not - starting an improvement project.”
  • “Very open minded trainers, responding perfectly to the needs of the group.”
  • "Surely one of the better trainings!”
  • “Insight in daily life application, given examples are very realistic.”

Extra information

Participants who, having followed this Green Belt, want to go further in Six Sigma are very welcome in our Six Sigma Black Belt Training.

Participants who, having followed this Green Belt, want to go further in Lean are very welcome in our Lean Advanced Training.

Location
Domein Martinus, Zoersel
Date

March 24-25-26, 2020
April 21-22-23, 2020
May 26-27-28, 2020

Price
€5500,00 (excl. VAT), 15% discount from second participant of the same company
Inclusive
Documentation, demo-version statistisc software packet Minitab, lunches. Accommodation is not included, but can be requested when booking.
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