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Breakthrough Vision provides the participant a general overview of the essential concepts that underpins the practice of Six Sigma. Through dynamic lectures, the participant will better understand the nature, purpose and drivers of Six Sigma, as well as the core beliefs that form its foundation. In addition, the participant will discover how deterministic reasoning serves to enable the power of Six Sigma and how this concept can be used to leverage quantum process improvements. In support of these instructional aims, the lectures also discuss the primary tools associated with the successful practice of Six Sigma. Of particular interest, the discussion will directly compare a number of familiar products and services in terms of quality performance.
This topic is often used as the all hands training for the general population of any enterprise that is pursuing Six Sigma. In doing so, the organization ensures that all of its employees understand why Six Sigma is being utilized and how it will benefit the organization. Reinforcement of major concepts, techniques, and application is realized through exercises, scenarios, and case studies. By way of this training, the participant will gain tremendous insight into the logic and reasoning which underlies Six Sigma. Total instructional time for this topic is 8 hours and 34 minutes.
- Content Overview - Understand the nature, purpose, and drivers of Six Sigma
- Driving Need - Identify the needs that underlie a Six Sigma initiative
- Customer Focus - Explain why focusing on the customer is essential to business success
- Core Beliefs - Contrast the core beliefs of Six Sigma to conventional practices
- Deterministic Reasoning - Describe a basic cause-and-effect relationship in terms of Y=f(X)
- Leverage Principle - Relate the principle of leverage to an improvement project
- Tool Selection - Identify the primary family of analytical tools used in Six Sigma work
- Performance Breakthrough - Describe the underlying logic of the DMAIC improvement process