Lean Six Sigma Executive Green Belt, 22nd and 23rd Mar 2014


Workshop is for anyone trying to create improvements in their focus areas, be it work, home or education. Using close to life examples, case studies and exercises, this workshop enables participants to adopt a systematic approach to identify and solve challenges in their focus areas.


  1. Who should attend this workshop?

This workshop is for anyone trying to create improvements in their focus areas, be it work, home or education. Using close to life examples, case studies and exercises, this workshop enables participants to adopt a systematic approach to identify and solve challenges in their focus areas.

  1. How will this workshop help you?

Some key benefits from attending the workshop (as mentioned by our earlier participants)

  1. Increases your individual marketability by having a globally recognized certification in Lean Six Sigma
  2. Learn and implement skills that cause strategic improvements
  3. Access to immense knowledge through the LASSB Society Membership
  4. Networking with professionals
  1. Which certificate do I get after completion of the training?

There are three levels to this certification-

  1. Training Attendance Certification – awarded after attending the training completely
  2. Exam Completion Certification – awarded after clearing the online exam
  3. Project Completion Certification – awarded after review and approval of the project by the review team from LASSIB Society.
  1. What are the topics covered in this workshop?
  1. Overview of Lean Sigma

  • Industry Snippets

  • What is Lean Six Sigma

  • Why is it so successful

  • Lean vs. Six Sigma

  • When to use Lean or Six Sigma and When not to use

  • When do Individuals and Organizations Fail using Lean and Six Sigma?

  1. Perspectives of Lean Six Sigma

  • Historical Perspective

  • Mean vs. Variation

  • Quantitative Perspective

  • Statistical Perspective

  • Customer Perspective

  • Operational Perspective

  1. Recognize Phase

  • Strategic Priorities

  • Core / Non-core Process Identification

  • SWOT of Core Process

  • Customer Complaint Analysis

  • VRIO Analysis of Strengths, Weaknesses and Opportunities

  • Business Perceptions and Feedback

  • Matrix b/w ‘Strategic Competitive Edge’ and ‘Impact to Strategic Priorities’

  1. Define Phase

  • Obtaining Voice of Customers (VOC) (Surveys, Focus Groups, Interviews, Customer complaints, etc.)

  • Converting VOC to CTS / CTQ

  • 9-3-1-0 Analysis of CTQs

  • Defining CTQ Targets (USL & LSL)

  • Defining CTQ Tolerance Limit

  • CTQ Drill Down Chart

  • Team Charter

  • Defining Business Case

  • Defining Problem Statement

  • Defining Goal Statement and Estimated Benefits

  • Defining Financial Impact

  • Defining Project In-Scope

  • Defining Project Out-of-Scope

  • Defining Constraints i.e. Conflicting CTQs

  • Mapping to Strategic Priorities of Company

  • Defining Project Sponsor

  • Defining Process Owner

  • Defining Lean Six Sigma Mentor or Coach

  • Defining Lean Six Sigma Black Belt / Green Belt

  • Defining Team Members (RACI Matrix)

  • Schedule Definition for DMAIC completion


  • Value Stream Mapping

  1. Measure Phase

  • Sampling vs. Population

  • Statistics vs. Parameter

  • Descriptive Statistics vs. Inferential Statistics

  • Sampling (Random, Stratified, Systematic, etc.)

  • Sample Size Determination

  • Defining Segmentation Factors of CTQ

  • Measurement System Analysis of CTQ

  • Operational Definition of CTQ and Segmentation Factors

  • Defining Data Collection Plan for CTQ and Segmentation Factors

  • Histogram of CTQ and Study of Histograms

  • Normality Test of CTQ

  • Mean, Median, Mode

  • Standard Deviation, Range, Variation Measures for Non-normal data

  • Defining measure of Central Tendency and Variation

  • Z value calculation and practical applications

  • Calculating Process Capability (Zmin, Cpk)

  • Z-Shift

  • Process Capability – Process performance vs. specification (Diff. between natural process limits and specification limits, and calculate process performance metrics such as percent defective, parts per million (PPM), defects per million opportunities (DPMO), defects per unit (DPU), process sigma, rolled throughput yield (RTY), etc.)

  • Defining Improvement Goals

  • Updating Goal Statement and Financial Impact

  • Time Value Map

  • Descriptive Statistics and Graphical Representation (Pie Chart, Bar Chart, Box Plots, Histograms, Pareto Charts, Scatter Plots, Run charts)

  1. Analyze Phase

  • Control Charts & Identification of Special Causes and Warning Signals in Common Causes

  • Correlation and Regression Analysis (correlation coefficient)

  • Check sheets

  • Cause Effect Diagrams / Fish Bone Diagrams; 4 types:

  • Dispersion Analysis

  • Cause enumeration

  • Production process classification

  • Cause Effect Matrix

  • Pareto Chart

  • Run chart

  • Cross Functional Flowchart

  • Requirements Review

  • Threads of Similarity

  • Opportunities of Error


  • Seven Deadly Wastes (MUDA)

  • Kaizen & Kaizen Blitz

  • Kaikaku

  • Continuous Flow

  • Pull Production: Just – in – Time

  • Pull Production: Kanban

  • Visual Management

  • Heijunka: Leveling

  • Heijunka: Sequencing

  • Heijunka: Standardization

  • Jidoka / Autonomation

  • 5S: Sort

  • 5S: Set in Oder

  • 5S: Shine

  • 5S: Standardize

  • 5S: Sustain / Systemize

  • Poka Yoke: Elimination

  • Poka Yoke: Replacement

  • Poka Yoke: Facilitation

  • Poka Yoke: Detection

  • Poka Yoke: Mitigation

  • Benchmarking

  • Benchmarking: Metrics Benchmarking

  • Benchmarking: Process Benchmarking

  1. Improve Phase

  • PEST Analysis

  • Decision Matrix

  • Effort – Impact Matrix

  • Force Field Analysis

  • Pilot Plan

  1. Closure Phase

  • Process Control Plan

  • PTAP (Project Transition Action Plan)

  • Sustain Improvements (Lessons learned, Training plan Deployment, Documentation, Ongoing Evaluation)

  • Project Closure

  • Project Sign-off

  1. What is the duration of the workshop?

The program is a two full day program conducted on Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 7:30 PM.

  1. What is the address of training?

The training will be conducted at the LASSIB Society Office in Hyderabad at

#5-62/9/22-B, V.V. Nagar, St. No.8, Habsiguda, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. ZIP: 500 007

  1. What is the workshop fee?

The fee is INR 8000/- (Rupees Eight Thousand only) plus service tax of 12.36%. The total fee that you have to therefore pay is INR 8988/- (Rupees Nine Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Eight only.

  • You can make an online payment here through CC Avenue payment gateway
  • Or you can do a direct wire transfer to LASSIB Society account, Account No: 685201000020, Bank: Canara Bank, Branch: Habsiguda,IFSC CODE: CNRB0008685

  • Or you can write a check/demand draft in the name of “LASSIB Society” and drop it at the office address
  1. How do I register for the workshop?

Click here to complete your registration process. After registration, a seat will be reserved for you for 3 business days. Within this time, you need to pay the fee for the program in order for your registration to be completed.

For any further questions or queries please drop an email to contact@lassibsociety.org or call +91 924618510.


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