cohort ACTION II LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN/BLACK BELT SCHOLARSHIPS
After a huge success of Action 1 Green belt scholarship program and a huge participation, we are announcing 200 white & yellow belts,150 six sigma green and 25 black belt scholarships for the second session. Please fill the online scholarship form before jan 05, 2019 (Please click the picture for accessing the online form)
LEAN AUTOMATION BUSINESS TRAINING PROGRAM
Register to this course to learn how to automate your business with more than 25 automation and lean tools. Highlights: Poka yoke, sensors, Heijunka, e-kanban, scrum, kaizen, Mobile business management, e-Hosin Kanri, e-project management, Root Cause Analysis. 80 seats. Online course with certification. Program starts JAN 2019. (Please click the picture to access the online form)
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congratulations to scholarship winners
This week’s scholarship winners- Robert Haigh- Green Belt– Donald Ott- Lean business automation— Akanchya Poudyal- Black belt— Paul Chupp- Yellow Belt— Harihar Trivedi-Yellow Belt— Rob Subedi- Yellow Belt Cajol Kirvy>>> Please check your email to get the online class link. Please write to us at email@example.com if you haven’t still received the email.
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Training and certification on Guided Pathways of Lean Six Sigma Belts helps in knowledge, skills and career grown of startups and organization’s bottom line. As business (manufacturing, marketing, sales) and services (healthcare, customer care, travel and hotel management) have different challenges, we teach you with unique pathways for each of these sectors. Throughout the course, we take you to both sides of management excellence with lean six sigma and failures without lean. The best among you have a chance of work for us as a regional ambassador (one from each region) in our projects. With our rich contents, passing any lean and six sigma belt exam (ASQ, and other lean certification courses) will be a very easy. Be a part of our team on the learning and project campaign to make a difference with lean six sigma training pathways! Please look the testimonials by scrolling below and decide if you are walking away with skills for lifetime!
85% of our course integrates learning with e-kanban, Scrum, Minitab, Companion, R and Excel templates.
75% of the course contents incorporates more than 150 real/100 simulated case studies of business success/failures.
150 hours of lean improvement strategies, 250 MCQs and free learning materials (10 books/ handsout) and certification
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Recent training handouts
Goals are ambitions or effort for the desired results. Business tycoons, Top-level athletes, or any top-level performers and achievers in all fields all set goals. Setting smart goals gives you long-term vision and short-term motivation. Goals should be SMART. SMART means Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time Specific Specific goals When you set a goal, you Read more about Setting SMART goals[…]
Takt time is rate and pace of production of something to meet the customers’ requirement. It denotes the RATE and PACE of production TAKT time= Planned production time/ Customers’ Demand It gives an idea about what should be the production rate so that customer’s demand are adequately met. To understand takt time in depth let’s Read more about Takt time, Takt time calculator, Takt time excel[…]
Hoshin Kanri is a Strategic Improvement System and a Core Component of TQM (Total Quality Management) It originated during the 1960s and evolved from Statistical Quality Control techniques. Hoshin simply means Policy, Principle, Direction and Kanri means Supervision, Administration, Management In Japanese term, Hoshin means shining needle pointing direction, as in compass and Kanri means Read more about Hoshin Kanri[…]
DMAIC Process is quality and improvement strategy used in Six sigma and Lean six sigma projects for the attainment of any particular solution. It is composed of five distinct phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control D-Define in DMAIC Process Project is defined- This also includes defining the problem (type, size and nature of the problem), Read more about DMAIC Process[…]
What is a Muda? Muda is a Japanese word meaning futility or uselessness Two types of Muda Muda Type I: non value-adding, but necessary for end-customers. These are usually harder to eliminate because while classified as non-value adding, they may still be necessary. For example, while an end-customer might not view quality inspection in car Read more about MUDA[…]
Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is a lean visual tool that represents the flow of material and information as the product goes through the production process. It is basically used in manufacturing sectors though can be equally beneficial in the service and complex business operations too. Uses of Value Stream Mapping VSM in other business sectors- Read more about Value Stream Mapping[…]
Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED in short) is the process of changing and exchanging of dies and other tools in 9 or less minutes. Shigeo Shingo developed it for Mazda. The term gained a popularity from his book – Revolution n manufacturing Single Minute Exchange of Dies SMED system. Changeover: It is the process of changing Read more about Single Minute Exchange of Dies SMED[…]
Weighted matrix is an another alternative to PUGH or decision matrix though both have a very wide usage. From earlier blog post about PUGH matrix click here to access, we know that it was primarily developed as a decision model or decision matrix or problem solving matrix. It helps to choose between list of different alternatives Read more about Weighted Matrix[…]
When PUGH matrix (also called decision matrix) was developed by Stuart Pugh (he was head of design division at the University of Starathclyde in Glasglow, it was primarily developed as a decision model or decision matrix or problem solving matrix. It helps to choose between list of different alternatives. A Pugh matrix is used to Read more about PUGH matrix- Decision Matrix[…]
The cause and effect matrix (also called C & E matrix) helps you decide which inputs from a Cause and Effect fishbone diagram should be tackled / addressed first. All the causes of the problems from the fishbone diagram may not be of equal value. The Cause and Effect (C & E) matrix provides a Read more about Cause and Effect analysis[…]