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Certificate in Supply Chain Analytics

About the course

Businesses today are undergoing radical restructuring as they meet the challenge of improving performance in a world of unprecedented complexity and opportunity. They are required to balance the increasing needs for agility and responsiveness against those for driving down costs and improving cash. Six Sigma is one of the most effective tools to achieve this desired state. Six Sigma professionals are some of the most sought-after individuals because of the value they bring in and their ability to significantly improve the processes and make a positive impact on the organizational goals.

Six Sigma is a structured, data-driven methodology of improving the different processes of an organization to such an extent where it can reduce the defects to only 3.4 per 1 million opportunities. It ensures process stability and perfects processes and activities that add value. Its ability to deliver tangible as well as intangible results is driving its adoption by businesses across the world as part of their operational processes.

The objective of EY’s Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Course is to make the participants well versed with the concepts of Six Sigma and equip them with the knowledge of various tools — statistical as well as non-statistical — used within the framework of Lean and Six Sigma. Participants will be exposed to some of the key Lean tools and 7 kinds of waste and value-stream mapping. The training will help individuals to prepare and get ready to take up big, complex industry issues and opportunities to deliver outcomes that help grow, optimize and protect businesses. They will be able to gather real world skills and experience with our live, hands-on training to support their organizations in increasing sales, becoming more cost- competitive, reducing risk and enhancing operational resilience. This course will provide participants the necessary information required to lead and run Lean and Six Sigma projects with their respective work areas.

Who should attend?

This course is suited for people working in any domain who are involved in improvement initiatives or lead the delivery function, operations or support groups and are looking forward to improve their efficiency. The structure of the course enables individuals working at any level in an organization to learn and understand the concepts effectively. Some of the profiles for which this training is considered extremely relevant are:

  • Quality Control professionals
  • Service Delivery professionals
  • Team Leaders
  • Process Improvement and Quality control professionals
  • Project Managers and Business Analyst
  • Engineers and Front and factory supervisor
  • Functional managers such as HR, IT and Finance

Course benefits

The program covers the requirements of Lean Six Sigma methodology and its application for real-world problems or process improvement.

Participants may be able to:

  • Develop an orientation to take business decisions based on facts and data
  • Develop acumen to save cost and time across business operations
  • Identify areas where improvements can be made and suggest ways to improve the same
  • Sharpen business acumen to improving work process at all levels
  • Learn tools to improve processes impacting finance, customer satisfaction
  • Design ways to reduce wastage and errors in processes
  • Develop acumen to problem solving through scientific methods
  • Understand how to best apply and benefit from DMAIC methodology of Lean Six Sigma
  • Enhance potential career opportunities

Course coverage

Six Sigma Overview & Project Initiation

  • Quality and its evolution
  • Various Process Improvement methodologies
  • Six Sigma Overview
  • DMAIC Overview
  • Initiating the Project
  • Define Phase - Tools &Techniques

Measurement of Existing Process

  • Types of Data
  • Understanding Data
  • Data Visualization
  • Process Capability
  • Sampling Techniques
  • Measurement System Analysis

Ascertaining Vital Causes

  • Various quality tools
  • Understanding Distributions
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Identification of Causes
  • Brain storming techniques
  • Generating Solutions
  • Lean Principles

Improvement Quantification & Sustaining the benefits

  • Waste Identification
  • Value Analysis through Value Stream Mapping
  • Design of Experiment
  • Solutions Assessment techniques
  • Risk Mitigation Techniques
  • Improvement Validation
  • Sustainence Plan
  • Establishing Process Controls
   
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