Lean six Sigma Green Belt

SSA Business Solutions
In Mumbai


Important information

  • Training
  • Intermediate
  • Mumbai
  • Duration:
    4 Weeks
  • When:

The two major change / improvement management tools this century has witnessed are Lean and Six Sigma. Both of these tools have their own unique power; Lean has the power of eliminating waste across any value stream while Six Sigma has the power of variation reduction. While Six Sigma achieves point optimization by eliminating defects from any process, Lean focuses on holistic optimization leading to profitability improvements. By combining the power of lean and six sigma, we can achieve far reaching breakthrough results.

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
L.B.S Marg Mulund (W), 400080, Maharashtra, India
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What you'll learn on the course

Problem Solving
Decision Making

Teachers and trainers (1)

Quaidjohar vankanerwala
Quaidjohar vankanerwala
Senior Faculty

Apply DOE in the development stage and plan a design of experiment Link risk assessment with DOE Analyze the results of designed experiments Identify the design space and optimum settings File DOE results in the ANDA's/ DMA's Apply DOE results in Control Strategy Process Excellence Advisor for corporate giants Trained over 100 participants in Lean & Six Sigma Developed training content on Master Black Belt, Design for Six Sigma, Process Excellence, Business Excellence, Quality by Design, Lean and many others.

Course programme

Green Belts are the “worker bees” in any Six Sigma project. They can do much of the legwork; from gathering data to executing experiments in support of Black Belt projects. They also oftentimes independently deliver small to medium scale improvement projects. Green Belts must demonstrate proficiency in the core statistical tools by applying them for positive financial impact and customer benefits. They operate under the supervision and guidance of a Black Belt or a Master Black Belt in any organization, the number of greenbelts typically exceeds the number of Black Belts by a minimum ratio of 5:1