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SS500 Six Sigma Project Definition and Planning

Certificate Track: Six Sigma

This 1-day course introduces students to the Six Sigma tools and methods necessary to design successful projects. They leave this workshop-style class with a selected project that has a clear definition with a problem statement and specific scope. Additional topics include the voice of the customer and what a successful project conclusion looks like. Participants also learn how to plan for success.Register Now button

What You Cover

  • Assessment and selection of Six Sigma projects
  • The first step in DMAIC completed with a project definition including the problem statement, proposal and project charter
  • A start on the project management with Force Field and Stakeholder Analyses
  • A plan for beginning the second Six Sigma DMAIC Phase of measurement
  • Coaching on the application of the methods introduced in this first phase of Six Sigma 
  • Understanding of how these methods apply to Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, DFSS, Quality Management Systems development, Process Design and Management, successful continuous improvement, and process excellence

Who Should Attend

  • People working with manufacturing or non-manufacturing processes
  • Executive management or for profit and non-profit organizations
  • Administrative personnel who own or participate in process development and execution
  • Manufacturing, Process, Quality, Reliability and Metrology Engineers
  • R&D scientists and engineers
  • Product and process development and design engineers
  • Marketing and business analysts

Cost: $489
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.

Instructor: Steve Zagarola
 Steve Zagarola is a Executive Master Black Belt in Six Sigma with more than 25 years’ experience in the application of statistical and modern structured approaches to the optimization of manufacturing and transactional processes, quality systems and R&D. He was certified by the Six Sigma Management Institute by Dr. Mikel J. Harry – one of the original founders of the Six Sigma methodology at Motorola. He has worked to improve manufacturing operations for global organizations on six continents and in English, Spanish, Italian and German.



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