Lean Six Sigma Data Analysis (Online)
Prerequisite Course Required:
Before taking this course, registrants must complete Business Process Improvement Using Lean Six Sigma and Performance Metrics.
This course provides both the theoretical background and practical skills necessary to effectively apply the Six Sigma methodology in your business. It uses the powerful and proven concepts developed in statistical process control and provides you with the knowledge, tools and guidelines to apply them quickly and effectively within the DMAIC model. The focus is less on theory and more on how to apply these influential tools to conduct projects in your business. Understanding proper data collection methods and using the proper analysis tool from the myriad of possibilities will be emphasized. Data analysis techniques to uncover the root causes for process failure will be investigated, as well as how to implement lasting controls for sustained process improvement success.
Continuing Education Units
This course provides 2.25 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
How You Will Benefit
- Differentiate between discrete and continuous data and how it affects your analysis and sample size calculations
- Use and apply Gage R&R to validate your measurement system
- Select the proper analysis tool for a specific situation: Pareto charts, histograms, scatter plots, normality tests, ANOVA, correlation, and regression analysis
- Determine and understand the effects of Cp , Cpk, and other process capability metrics
- Calculate sample size and use it in determining the scope of data collection
- Validate and measure the effect of process improvements
- Choose and apply the proper control tool: I-MR, Xbar, u-chart, p-chart
- Calculate confidence intervals based on process samples
|Module 1 – Introduction|
|Module 2 – Descriptive statistics, Types of data, Empirical rule|
|Module 3 – Visual tools, Testing for normality, MSA and Gage R&R|
|Module 4 – Working with Z scores, and Measurement System Analysis|
|Module 5 – Sample variability, confidence intervals, and Process Capability|
|Module 6 – Statistical Process Control and Control Charts|
|Module 7 – Hypothesis Testing and Course Review|
|Module 8 – Managerial Communications: Self-Awareness|
For over 2 decades Scott has developed courses in his areas of expertise, which include project management, portfolio management, gathering business requirements, process improvement using Lean Six Sigma, business statistics, and decision making. He also has over a decade of applied experience in the field as a former information technology director and as a technologist for an internetworking software developer.
Scott has developed programs for a variety of audiences ranging from novices to experienced professionals to C-level executives. Clients have included Fortune 500 firms, the United States military, government, higher education, and not-for-profit agencies.
Scott is a Six Sigma black belt and received his M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He holds a B.S. degree in physics from UW-Eau Claire.
Live Learning Sessions
December 1 - 22, 2020
Tuesdays and Thursdays
2 - 3:30 p.m. CT