Who should attend
Intended for individuals in all industry sectors, particularly those related to operations, products and services, the program suits the needs of many professionals.
About the course
LSS Yellow Belts begin to drive continuous improvement with their team or department by applying Lean Six Sigma principles and tools to deliver breakthrough improvements. They do this through a focus on internal efficiencies while at the same time becoming more in tune with the voice of their customers. Along the way, they enable Green Belts and Black Belts to focus on more complex initiatives and projects.
Pre-requisite: LSS White Belt
- 8 wastes in a process – advanced
- Approach to problem solving (Kaizen)
- Value stream mapping
- The hidden factory
- Establishing effective workplaces intro
- DMAIC problem solving methodology
- Measures of central tendency
- Measures of variation
- What are defects (DPU, DPO, DPMO)
- Measuring a process (metrics)
- 5W2H problem statement creation
- Change readiness assessment (winning conditions) – intro
- Planning and executing Kaizen events
- Communication strategies
Root Cause Analysis
- Cause and effect diagram
- Pareto charts
Biography Travis Ratnam is Director, Quality and Master Black Belt for Brambles Industrial Limited. He is responsible for the global deployment of a Lean and Six Sigma based continuous improvement program across all Brambles business units, and delivering over $50 million in benefits annually. Wi...
Biography Jeff is a highly accomplished Lean and Six Sigma professional with significant experience leading continuous process/product improvement and excellence initiatives. He has trained and coached individuals and senior leaders on Lean Six Sigma methodologies and process improvement projects...
Videos and materials
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.