Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Hotel Manhattan Jakarta | 12 – 16 April 2010 | Rp. 8.500.000

 

Are You Facing These Symptoms in Your Enterprise ?

  • Related with operational results : Unachievable; doesn’t represent customer pain & needs; improper measurement and calibration; too many, too technical, too complicated; too simple, even too broad; redundant or even unrelated each other
  • In routine business process : Unclear responsibility or even silo organization; not linked with strategic issues or other initiatives; too rigid/stiff and inflexible; too general or even too detail; too many non-value added activities; never get enough attention from stakeholders
  • With employees or teams : Difference paradigm/point of view; make decision based on assumptions; unbalanced workload; unlinked with reward mechanism; not related with manpower planning; no talent/rising stars identification
  • Related with information technology : Too many data but lack of good information; no data interference and co-relation analysis; no data history and/or future projection; system does not provide optimum support

SIX SIGMA is a business management strategy, originally developed by Motorola, that today enjoys wide-spread application in many sectors of industry.


Six Sigma identifies and remove the cause of defects and errors in manufacturing and transactional business processes. Using a set of quality management methods –including statistical method– and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization (Black Belts, Green Belts, etc.) who are experts in these methods. Each Six Sigma project carried out within an organization follows a defined sequence steps and has quantified financial targets (reduce cost or increase profit).


Training Objective

  1. Understand the basic mentality which should exist in doing continuous improvement methodologies
  2. Understand the concept of continuous improvement using Six Sigma methodology, especially DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control)
  3. Know how to utilize common tools in Six Sigma.


Target Participants

  • Middle-to-top manager from all across the organization
  • Quality Improvement Team
  • Management Representatives
  • Business school students


Training Method

  • Class training, interaction, and discussion
  • Exercise and Case Study
  • Workshop

(all materials will be in English, presentation in Indonesian)


Training Outline

Day 1

  • What is Six Sigma, Concepts, Methodologies & History
  • Six Sigma as strategic initiatives
  • Capture “true” customer needs
  • Translating customer needs into actionable performance measures

Day 2

  • How to ensure data validity
  • Step by step collecting data
  • Measuring our process capability and the source of variation

Day 3

  • Identify the best solution and the best possible configuration using DOE (Design of Experiment)

Day 4

  • How to ensure the implementation effort are properly executed and sustained

Day 5

  • Six Sigma case study & workshop


Facilitator

  1. Nanang Eko Raswandi: Has been practicing and actively involves in Business Process Improvement and Six Sigma since 1996. Although his professional career mainly was in consumer banking and auto-financing industries, with mature experience and comprehensive understanding of organization behavior. He is proven to be able to facilitate non service firms such as manufacturing and agriculture industries improving their operations in terms of results (effectiveness) and cost (efficiency).


Duration Training

12 – 16 April 2010

08.30-17.00 WIB ( 5 days)

Hotel Manhattan Jakarta


Next Batches :

  • 11 – 15 Oktober 2010


Investment Scheme

Rp. 8.500.000 per pax.

(Incl. : Green Belt training certificate, Green Belt examination, Minitab – demo version, training kit, lunch & 2X snack)



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