Advanced Lean Six Sigma Endorsed Professional 14-10-2024

Advanced Lean Six Sigma Endorsed Professional Training Course in Dubai, UAE

Course overview

Course overview

As the business environment becomes increasingly intricate, organizations and government entities grapple with challenges like technological disruption and global warming. These external threats necessitate rapid responses to evolving market needs and consumer behaviors, demanding harmonized, integrated systems within organizations. Minor variations in these activities can cause bottlenecks and delays in decision-making, slowing down market response. Consequently, pursuing efficiency enhancement can seem daunting without a structured method to navigate complexities inherent in an organization's internal system processes, such as structure, architecture, work scope, and leadership.

The accredited public, in-house or online Lean Six Sigma certification program carefully developed and designed by our institute to address today's challenges, providing delegates with a comprehensive understanding of all levels of Lean Six Sigma, its tools, and their impact on organizations. Upon completion, this certification program offers delegates the opportunity to gain expert practitioner skills. The program, which combines a series of courses and content, is focused on reducing process variations, eliminating waste, and effectively transforming organizational processes. Alongside traditional methodologies, it delves into various levels of Six Sigma, including white, yellow, green, and black. The course also explores the impacts and applications of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data, offering a modern approach to challenges such as global warming and technological disruption. Targeted at both the manufacturing and service industries, our course equips participants with top-rated, cutting-edge skills and a detailed understanding of Six Sigma. The knowledge, holistic definition, and skills gained will empower every delegate to become an expert practitioner in their respective fields.

After successfully completing the lean six sigma certification, participants will be able to:

  • Understand and apply modern Six Sigma methodologies
  • Appreciate the importance of Lean methodology in manufacturing processes
  • Leverage advanced tools that cover the entire details of Six Sigma process
  • Recognize the impact of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence on the internal process of the value chain
  • Understand the new Green Six Sigma and methodologies reflecting sustainability and technological disruption
  • Apply methodologies to reduce variations in processes and eliminate waste, thereby optimizing the cost
Who Should Attend

Who Should Attend

The lean six sigma course is designed for:

  • Operations Managers
  • Quality Managers
  • Sustainability Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Business Process Professionals
  • Strategy Professionals
  • Project Managers
  • Any other persons interested in the subject
What will you gain

What will you gain

Participants in this six-sigma course will:

  • Gain insight into the value of Six Sigma and Lean methodologies
  • Learn when and how to use Lean Six Sigma in their operations
  • Understand the role of AI and new technologies in modern Six Sigma
  • Identify key metrics and scorecards developed and their impact on operations
  • Distinguish between DMADV and DMAIC in Six Sigma
  • Follow the DMAIC model to deploy improvements in their organizations
  • Understand and explain the roadmap for DFSS in manufacturing
  • Define and distinguish between the two uses of FMEA in Six Sigma
  • Execute the five phases of Six Sigma projects (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control), process methodologies, and tools
  • Identify the leadership, management, and culture needed for successful Lean Six Sigma implementation
  • Understand Lean tools and techniques and their role in process improvement
Course Content

Key facts

 

Course code:
BU-125

 

Duration:
5 days

 

Admission requirements:
None

 

Note:

 

Endorsement:
Certificate upon successful completion

Course schedule sample one day

08:30 AM  -  10:00 AM  -  First Training Session
10:00 AM  -  10:15 AM  -  Coffee Break
10:15 AM  -  12:00 PM  -  Second Training Session
12:00 PM  -  12:15 PM  -  Coffee Break
12:15 PM  -  02:00 PM  -  Third Training Session
02:00 PM  -  03:00 PM  -  Lunch and Networking
Fees & whats included

Fees & what is included

Early bird 70 days before course start date Early bird 25 days before course start date Regular Course Fee
USD 3,400.- USD 3,900.- USD 4,400.-
USD 2,450.-
  • For early registrations special prices apply as outlined above.
  • All fees are exclusive of VAT. Tax Registration Number : 100312636200003.
  • Companies - register 2 participants for the same course and date and get one place free.
  • Only one type of discount can be applied to the same course & date registration.
  • For larger corporate clients there are special packages. Contact us for details.

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Course Fee Includes

  • Extensive Workbook with Course Materials
  • Handouts and other Supporting Materials
  • Practical Examples and Various Case Studies
  • Quick Reference/Top Tips Guide
  • Professional & Experienced Instructor
  • Accelerated and Intensive Learning Techniques
  • Relationship Building within Course
  • Post Course Action Plan
  • Index of Additional Suggested Materials
  • Course Completion Certificate
Free Valet Parking
Coffee Breaks
Lunch
Free WIFI access

Course certificate

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When would you like to start

Advanced Lean Six Sigma Endorsed Professional - 01 Apr 2024 Dubai, UAE
Advanced Lean Six Sigma Endorsed Professional - 15 Jul 2024 Dubai, UAE
Advanced Lean Six Sigma Endorsed Professional - 14 Oct 2024 Dubai, UAE
Course Content

Course content

  • Introduction
    • Organization and value creation
    • Organization’s current and future challenges
    • The new 21st century ecosystem
    • Decoding “Lean” and “Six sigma”
    • Lean six sigma philosophy.
    • The Value of Sigma
    • Decoding “Quality”
    • Six sigma and quality
    • The purpose of six sigma
    • Benefits to the organization
    • The process of Six Sigma (DMAIC)
    • Six Sigma tools
    • Balancing between customer’s and management feedback
    • The problem and the solution
    • Quality performance for a business process or service
    • Organizational Goals and six sigma projects
    • Decoding “business process” and the impact of six sigma
    • Six sigma team (the belts)
    • Organizational drivers and matrices
  • Lean Principle in The Organization
    • The concept of lean value chain
    • Theory of constraint lean thinking
    • Time waste and the need for speed and zero waste
    • The value stream mapping
    • Lean and six sigma: two different principles
    • The principle of lean
    • 3 Ms of lean
    • The downtime lean waste
    • Lean tools and techniques
  • Design For Six Sigma (DFSS) Methodologies
    • DMAIC or DFSS? The difference
    • The roadmap for six sigma (DFSS)
    • Concept of Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
    • Impact of DFSS on an Organization
    • Types of DFSS Methodologies
    • DMADV and IDOV
    • Goals and Six Sigma Projects
    • Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
    • QFD House of Quality (HOQ) Structure
    • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
    • FMEA Risk Priority Number (RPN)
    • Types of FMEA
    • Applying FMEA in a Situation
  • Define Phase - Project Identification I
    • Project Selection
    • Benchmarking
    • Process Elements
    • Six Sigma Projects: Prerequisites
    • SIPOC Model: Process Elements Interaction
    • Business Process Improvement: Challenges
    • Owners and Stakeholders
    • Effects of Process Failure on Stakeholders
    • Importance and Relevance of Stakeholder Analysis
    • Voice of the customer (VOC)
    • VOC customer identification, customer’s data, and customer’s requirements
    • Internal and external customers
  • Define Phase - Project identification II
    • Project management basics
    • The Project Charter
    • Sections in a Six Sigma Project Charter
    • A Lean Project Charter
    • Project Charter: The Problem Statement
    • Project Objectives, scope, and interpretation
    • Interpretation of Project Scope: Pareto Chart
    • Interpretation of Project Scope: Process Maps and SIPOC
    • Project Charter: Project Metrics and its types
    • Project Planning
    • Documentation
    • Work breakdown structure
    • Activity Network Diagram
    • Project Plan Schedule: Critical Path Method
    • Project Plan Schedule: Pert, Gantt chart, risks, and types
    • Risk analysis and management process
    • Project Closure
  • Define Phase III: Management/Planning Tools and Matrices
    • Technical tools
    • Management tools
    • Main 7 tools
    • Metrics to Assess the Performance of a Business
  • Define Phase IV. Project Team Dynamics
    • The 6 stages of project team building
    • Team roles and responsibilities
    • Six Sigma Team: Roles and Responsibilities
    • Team communication
    • Case study: Define Phase
  • The Measure Phase I: Process Analysis and Documentation
    • Process Maps
    • Flowcharts
    • Written Procedures
    • Work Instructions
  • The Measure Phase II: Probability and Statistics
    • Roles of Probability and Statistics
    • Probability Basics and Statistical Rules
    • Probability: Characteristic Properties
    • Probability of an Event
    • Probability: Basic Operations
    • Probability Concepts
    • Addition Rule for Mutually Inclusive Events
    • Subtraction Rule or Not Rule
    • Probability Concepts
    • Multiplication Rules for Independent Events
    • Second Rule for Dependent Variables
    • Permutation and Combination
  • The Measure Phase III: Collecting and Summarizing Data
    • Meaning and type of data
    • Attribute Data (Discrete)
    • Variable Data (Continuous)
    • Selecting Data Type
    • Measurement Scales
    • Data Collection Methods
    • Meaning and types Of Sampling
    • Data Collection Plan
    • Data Collection Methods
    • Data Coding
    • Population vs. Sample
    • Summarizing Data: Descriptive Statistics: Central Tendency and Dispersion
    • Measures of Central Tendency
    • Impact of Outliers on Mean
    • Standard Deviation
    • Frequency Distribution
    • Box and Whisker Plots
    • Others visualization techniques
  • The Measure Phase IV: Statistical Distributions and Measurement System Analysis
    • Scenarios
    • Classes of Distribution
    • Types Of Statistical Distribution
    • Discrete Probability Distribution
    • Binomial Distribution
    • Poisson Distribution
    • Continuous Probability Distribution
    • Normal Distribution
    • Other methods
    • Measurement System Analysis: GR&R
    • Measurement System Properties
    • Measurement System Characteristics and concepts
  • The Measure Phase V: Process and Performance Capability
    • Activities in the Measure Phase
    • Process Stability Studies
    • Control Charts
    • Verifying Process Stability and Normality
    • Interpretation of Data
    • Natural Process Limits vs. Specification Limits
    • Process Capability Index
    • Other methods
    • Case study: Measure Phase
  • Analyze Phase
    • Hypothesis Testing
    • Exploratory Data Analysis
    • Analyze phase Case study
  • Improve Phase
    • Design of Experiments
    • Design for experiment methods
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • Root cause analysis methods
    • Lean tools for improve phase
    • Selecting a Solution
    • Tools for Identifying the Best Solution
    • Case study: Improve Phase
  • Control Phase
    • Statistical Process Control
    • Statistical Process tools
    • Control Plan
    • Elements of Control Plan
    • What to Control: KPIV and KPOV
    • Lean Tools for Process Control
    • Case study: Control Phase
  • Green Six Sigma
    • The three waves of six sigma
    • Extension on DMAIC
    • Sustainability
    • Green six sigma fit model
    • Appropriate green six sigma tools
    • Case study: Green six sigma
  • The Digital Revolution: A New Chapter
    • Technology, functionality, people
    • End–to–end system
    • E-business
    • E-commerce
    • Big data and Artificial intelligence
    • Digital tools for green six sigma
    • Case study: Digital green six sigma
  • The Soft Enabler
    • Lost creativity: the implicit constraint factor
    • The four leadership characteristics in the context of lean six sigma
    • Different styles of leadership
    • The relationship between Leadership and Lean Six Sigma
    • Leadership style and the success of deployment
    • The incumbent culture for lean six sigma projects deployment
    • Leadership behavior / lean six sigma behavior
    • Managerial s attitude towards risk and uncertainty
    • Decision Theory and Managerial Perspective
    • Green belt deployment competences success
    • Black belt deployment competencies success
Participant insights

Participant insights

The course was highly beneficial for my job and career. This info will clearly give me the great support for my day-to-day tasks.
Muhammed A. (Senior Auditor)Auditing Company, Dubai.
What I have learned in the course was exactly what I was looking for. Highly clear and pragmatic with perfect guidelines on how to use it at my work.
Antony S. (Manager) Drilling Equipment Company, Abu Dhabi.
A very useful course that provided new insights in the customer behavior and definitely would help me with my communications with customers.
Mario A. (Business Owner) Boutique Shops, Dubai.
Great thanks – one of the best courses I have made.
Brian G. (Projects Coordinator) Events Management Company, Ras Al Khaimah.
Exciting and inspiring course. Helped me to see things differently and re-organize our customer service department.
Abbas H. (Company Manager) Project Engineering, Muscat.
Would really suggest the training to any professional who is in charge of customer care.
Jane A. (General Manager) Real Estate Company, Dubai.
The time spent at course was really enjoyable and useful. Easy to understand and I used part of knowledge the next day after training.
Samira K. (Sales Team) Car Rental, Abu Dhabi.
Was the real great overview on what I shall do to improve in the Customer Service in my business.
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The info I received on the course is the surprise for me. Never though of such simple techniques which help to handle difficult customers conversations.
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The program was very explanatory and gave me a lot of points to re-think. Would sure make a difference to my work approach.
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Would recommend to my team members to attend the same course. It would positively help me to do my job better.
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The time spent at the course was the excellent investment – a lot of useful and practical info. Exactly what I was looking for.
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The training was a great mixture of information and practical aspects. The instructor was highly professional and the course was organized the excellent way.
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I really liked the scope and the style of the training – very friendly, a lot of communication and highly informative.
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Burcu W. (Marketing Head) Corporate Banking, Abu Dhabi.
Was really pleased by the content of the course and qualifications of the instructors. Got a lot of useful points for my business.
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Great trainer and perfect information materials. Was really worth to attend. A lot of insights and ideas on how to improve job performance.
Daniel D. (PR Officer) Private Hospital, Muscat.
As we were in the process of restructuring of our call center this training was just perfect for the time. Remarkable and valuable suggestions and solutions.
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