PMI Canada's Technology Triangle Chapter

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Training overview: 

Lean Six Sigma White, Yellow and Green Belt re-cap

Complex Root Cause Analysis Case Study 1

Complex Root Cause Analysis Case Study 2

Complex Root Cause Analysis Case Study 3

Practical Exercises for Six Sigma Statistics covered so far

Cause and Effect Matrix

Six Sigma re-cap

Trainees share their Complex Root Cause Analysis Problems and learn to use RCA Templates

Re-Cap of Process Capability (Short term and Long Term)

 

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 

DMAIC, DMADV

DESIGN for X

Design for Manufacturability, Assembly and Maintenance

Strategic Alignment, Linking Projects with Organization Processes, ROI and Results

Advanced Six Sigma and Statistics – Histogram, Control Charts, Box and Whiskers Plot Diagram relationship, Population & Sampling and Central Limit Theorem

Group Facilitation Skills- Mind Mapping, WBS, Networking Diagram, Critical Path, Resource Allocation and More

Leadership development- True Colors and Personality Types

We will share one case practical case study to do into next level of Statistics

Define – 

Use of A3 Sheet,

RASCI Chart, 

Stakeholders Analysis, 

Re-Cap of VOC, Survey, Kano Model and CTQ,

Quality Function Deployment

Cost Metrics – Cost Benefit Analysis, Return on Investment, NPV, Pay Back Period and Cost Estimation

Cost of Quality and Cost of Poor Quality

Pareto Analysis and Deep Dive to select Priority Problems 

Business Case and Complex Charter 

Re-Cap of Swim Lane, SIPOC, Value Stream Mapping and other mapping tools 

5 W 2 H

Measure- 

Descriptive and Inferential Statistics

Statistics Vs. Parameter

Descriptive Graphical Representation- Frequency Distribution, Box Plot, Stem and Leaf Diagram and More

MINI TAB- Re-Cap of all the Statistics taught so far in White, Yellow and Green Belt on Minitab (Measure of Central Tendency, Measure of Dispersion, Box Plot, Histogram, Pareto, Scatter Diagram, Variance, Standard Deviation, Process Capability, X Bar R and X Bar S Charts)

Practical Exercises for the trainees to get accustomed to Minitab

Central Limit Theorem and Probability

Detailed SIPOC, y=f(x), Inputs Vs. Output, Cause & Effect Matrix & Fishbone Diagram

Funneling Effect (Numerous X to Critical X)

Validation Method and Data Collection Planning 

Quick Wins

Continuous Vs. Discrete Variable

Sampling

Data re-cap

Central Limit Theorem

FMEA

Control Plan

Cause and Effect Matrix 

Measurement Systems and Analysis- Bias, Stability and Linearity,

Gauge R&R,

Analyze- 

Probability

Normality Test

Sampling for Continuous Data

Hypothesis testing 

Basics- Null, Alternate CI, Risk

Types of Error, Type I and Type II

Z Test, Mean Test, One Sample Two Tail Test, One Sample One Tail,  T Test,  Two Sample T Test

ANOVA

Correlation

Regression

Residual Analysis

Design of Experiments

Specification Limit Vs. Control Limit

Improve- 

Design of Experiments

Control – 

Control Charts -N, p, np, c and u charts

Control Plan

Event Properties

Event Date 06-26-2021
Event End Date 07-01-2021
Registration Start Date 05-25-2021
Cut off date 06-25-2021
Individual Price PMI-CTT Members $475.00, Non-members $495.00
No. of Strategic PDUs 8
No. of Technical PDUs 8
No. of Leadership PDUs 8
Location Virtual Event

Speakers

Charanjit (CJ) Singh Bawa

Business Improvement Coach, QCDMS Consultants

CJ is a passionate, results-driven, and enthusiastic Lean Six Sigma trainer and public speaker with over 26 years of experience in transforming professionals and organizations. CJ's experience includes working for large private automobile organizations like Honda, Daewoo, and in the public sector with the City of Mississauga. In June 2017, he started his own Business Improvement Training and coaching firm, QCDMS consultants. Since then, he has trained 15,000 professionals, including more than 500 different project teams from 200 different organizations across GTA. He has an effortless and straightforward "Embedding culture of Lean" model that he learned from HONDA. With the help of this model, you will be able to connect "People" in the organization to the "Purpose" engage staff to improve "Processes" and challenge the status quo. He firmly believes that "People" are limitless if engaged positively and can show wonders. CJ is a regular guest speaker at several professional chapters- ASQ, American Society for Quality (Toronto, Kitchener, and London), APICS, Association for Supply Chain (Toronto, Ottawa, Peel and London), OACETT (Ontario Association of Technicians & Technologists), Logistics Institute, and, PMI, Project Management Institute (Lakeshore, Hamilton, Durham, and numerous professional chapters). He conducts open courses every month, and his coaching classes range from Lean Six Sigma White, Yellow, Green, and topics on Leadership, Change, and Project Management -PMP, Agile & Scrum. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS Certified ADKAR Change management professional from PROSCI USA, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from ASQ USA, Six Sigma Master Black Belt from ISSI, Certified Scrum Master from Scrum Alliance, Project Management Professional, PMP from PMI USA, Certified Facilitator from ICA Associates, Canada, Certified Microsoft Data Analysis, India, Mechanical Engineering, specializing in Automotive, India, Certified in MOST, Maynard Operation Sequence Techniques-Time & Motion studies from Accenture USA.