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About the course
What is the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Credential?
Over the last twenty-five years, Lean Six Sigma has been proven to be the most effective method to execute process improvement activities. Employers around the globe recognize the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt credential as a high standard of professional capability. At the Kelley School of Business, you’ll experience a complete Green Belt curriculum designed to meet the most rigorous standards, the highest-quality learning content available anywhere, and a world-class blended learning model representing the best marriage of technology with coaching and facilitation.
Curriculum Aligned with the American Society for Quality
The curriculum of this Executive Education certificate program from the Kelley School is completely aligned with the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Green Belt Body of Knowledge. It also offers the only online courseware that has been reviewed and approved by ASQ. Upon successful completion of the certificate program and a score of 80% or greater on the cumulative exam, participants will receive Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the Kelley School of Business.
Offered in Partnership with MoreSteam
MoreSteam is a leading global provider of online Lean Six Sigma training and blended learning technology, serving over 50% of the Fortune 500 with a full suite of online courses, data analysis software, discrete event simulation software, online project tracking software, online testing tools, and project simulations and games.
Is this online certificate right for you?
This certificate program is for individuals preparing for leadership roles within the operations arena, those desiring to advance their professional development by building process improvement skills and capabilities, or experienced leaders who want to develop firsthand knowledge of process improvement practices.
By completing this course of study, you will become proficient in all of the basic analytical tools necessary to execute Lean Six Sigma process improvement projects. You will also learn team leadership and project management skills to make you an effective program manager. Participants who successfully complete the four-course series and score 80% or higher on the cumulative exam will receive a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification through the Kelley School of Business.
Integrated Business Curriculum
The Kelley School of Business is nationally recognized for its innovative online programs. This 16-week program is delivered by full-time faculty members from the No. 1–ranked Kelley Online MBA Program (U.S. News & World Report, 2020).
Students will complete 4 courses and pass the cumulative exam to earn a certificate of completion and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification through the Kelley School of Business.
Course 1: Introductions and Definitions
Introduction to Lean Six Sigma. Learn about Lean Six Sigma concepts and language, and the Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control (DMAIC) roadmap for improvement.
Project Initiation. Discover a process for selecting improvement projects and tracking those projects, as well as tools to lead teams and manage change.
Voice of the Customer. Learn a systematic process to collect voice-of-the-customer information, analyze that information, fully develop customer requirements, and translate those requirements into specifications.
Mapping the Process. Explore tools to investigate the process of interest by creating visual maps of process flow, including suppliers, inputs, process, outputs, and customers (SIPOC) maps, Process Flow Charts, Value-Added Flow Charts and Value Stream Maps.
Course 2: Measurement
Measurements & Basic Statistics. Learn about measurement fundamentals, including types of metrics, as well as basic statistical terms and forms of graphical analysis.
Measurement System Analysis. Gain tools to collect sample data, evaluate the reliability of those measurements, and establish baseline process performance.
Charting Process Behavior. Explore statistical process control—a method to evaluate process stability over time, identify process shifts, and differentiate between normal variation and true process changes.
Course 3: Analysis
Identifying Potential Root Causes. Discover several tools and methods used to identify potential root causes of a problem of interest. Gain tools to evaluate statistical correlation between process inputs and outputs.
Testing Hypotheses. Learn statistical methods to test hypotheses, often used to ascertain whether or not there are real differences between various treatments or processes.
Course 4: Improvement, Control, Simulation Capstone and Exam
Improvement. Learn about tools used to implement improvements, including Lean methods to eliminate waste and improve process flow.
Control. Explore the Control phase of a DMAIC project, where ongoing process management becomes the focus after completing the project work.
Capstone: Sherlock Holmes Zombie Hunter Project Simulation Game. Practice new skills with a capstone simulation exercise—a highly interactive simulated DMAIC project game played by teams of participants.
Certification Exam. Participants must score 80% or higher on the cumulative exam to earn certification through the Kelley School of Business.
Dr. Lars Maaseidvaag continues to expand the breadth and depth of the MoreSteam curriculum by integrating the learning of Lean tools and concepts with advanced process modeling methods. Lars led the development of Process Playground, a Webbased discrete event simulation program. Before coming to ...
Dr. Carl Briggs is a clinical professor in the Department of Operations and Decision Technologies at the Kelley School of Business. Briggs has spent the last 20 years working with companies around the world that seek to improve their collective capacity to produce and sustain meaningful results....
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