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About the course
Fisher College of Business presents Six Sigma training designed as the most time-sensitive, value-driven program in existence. Total Quality Management principles identify and eliminate operations inefficiencies in each and every process of a company’s product or service.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training uses time-tested processes to enable your company to increase profits, strengthen market share and improve customer satisfaction.
If you're unsure whether you'd like to pursue a Green Belt or Black Belt, view our comparison chart to see how they're different from one another.
The program includes three parts:
Interactive Conference Calls
Attend 6 faculty-led, interactive conference calls which will begin 12 weeks prior to on-campus program. Assignments will be given to complete between calls to prepare you for the on-campus portion.
Instructor-led on-campus classroom session (4 days). Classroom instruction provides the opportunity to apply knowledge through hands-on activities. Duration of this phase is 4 days, Monday through Thursday.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
The Green Belt certification process includes:
- Successful completion of a comprehensive 2-hour computer-based exam. Score of 80 percent or higher is required.
- One Green Belt project review that includes phone and email interaction with a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt coach.
- A project charter must be submitted prior to the on-campus session. The early submission is to establish that the project has the necessary scope to demonstrate learning, and to deliver significant bottom-line results. It may be acceptable to combine the elements of two different projects with smaller scopes in order to meet the skill demonstration requirements.
- Complete project documentation must be provided. Sensitive data can be modified in the interest of confidentiality.
- Candidates should plan to complete the project process within 6 months of completing the exam.
- The Fisher College of Business Review Board will provide final approval and award certification.
Program participants will learn:
- Lead teams in applying the Six Sigma DMAIC methodology to attack waste
- Prioritize improvement activities for greatest organizational impact
- Define improvement projects to satisfy customer requirements and reduce variability
- Measure inputs and outputs to provide meaningful data
- Analyze data to identify the root cause of variability
- Control the process to prevent backsliding and consolidate the gains
- Analyze quality cost
- Improve the process to reduce variability
John Draper joins the Department of Management Sciences as a senior lecturer. He comes from The Ohio State University’s Department of Statistics, where he served as visiting faculty and taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in statistical theory and application. His teaching experiences ...
Mi Kyong Newsom is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Science. She rejoined Fisher in 2016 and is responsible for the coordination and teaching of the undergraduate core operation management courses. Dr. Newsom also teaches Lean Six Sigma in Fisher’s EMBA and MBOE prog...
Jill Treece is a senior lecturer in the Department of Management Sciences. Treece began her career as a registered nurse and has nearly two decades in the healthcare industry. Her most recent role before joining Fisher, was the Director of Nursing for one of Central Ohio’s largest hospitals. In a...
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