KPMG - Competency Development Program on Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

8 Days International Certification on Lean Six Sigma Black Belt by KPMG India

Course Snapshot
  • FeeINR 45,000+ GST
  • Work Experience5 - 10 Years
  • Duration8 Days
  • Delivery MethodClassroom
Course Detail

Overview

Lean Six Sigma has today become one of the most prevalent methodologies to achieve higher levels of performance and many of the success stories in Lean Six Sigma revolve around effective change agents. Our Black Belt programme aims to enable your transformation into an effective change agent.

Black Belt is a term that differentiates individual maturity of understanding Lean Six Sigma concept enabling more accurate interpretations that can be drawn from using effective statistical tools. The term is deemed to be associated with leaders driving organizational transformation, those who cultivate from a few core projects to overall excellence programmes.

KPMG in India offers a 8-day thorough 64 hour contact programme designed with adaptive learning methodology. The programme spans across two 4-day modules to adopt concepts and practice better. The programme is delivered by experienced senior KPMG in India professional who share thoughts to nurture experiential learning. The programme provides in- depth understanding and interpretation using statistical tools, concepts and techniques to make fact- based decisions, use data to draw business conclusions, analyse accurate trends and metrics for their practical use, conduct depth causes analysis and innovate for organizational transformation.

Program Objective

The program aims at improving competency of individuals to be able to lead and grive organization wide transformationprograms through in- depth understanding of business issues, use statistics to make decisions, and improve performance.

Potential benefits of the Program

- Provide in-depth understanding to:
> Link business objectives to measurable performance parameters
> Data driven problen solving
> Process and performance transformation
- Competency development and career enhancement
- Differentiate and gain leadership acumen to drive large projects
- Learn project management, team dependency and intergroup coordination
- Lead cross geographical, cross functional high impact projects.
- Share experience and learn and from industry leaders in a heterogeneous environment.

Who should attend

The programme is designed for meeting the requirements of

- Transformation and change leaders
- Decision makers
- Lean Six Sigma professionals involved in high impact projects
- Future Managers
- Professionals involved in process control, quality and improvement

Course Schedule

City : Bengaluru
Phase 1: 25 - 28 July, 2019
Phase 2: 22 - 25 August 2019

City : Chennai
Phase 1: 12 - 15 September 2019
Phase 2: 3 - 6 October 2019

City : Gurugram
Phase 1: 1-4 August 2019
Phase 2: 29 Aug- 1 Sept 2019
Phase 1: 7-10 Nov 2019
Phase 2: 5 - 8 December 2019

City : Hyderabad
Phase 1: 28 June- 1July, 2018
Phase 2: 19 July- 22 July, 2018
Phase 1: 27-30 September, 2018
Phase 2: 14-11 October, 2018

City : Kolkata
Phase 1: 25 - 28 May 2019
Phase 2: 15 - 18 June 2019

City : Mumbai
Phase 1: 11 - 14 July 2019
Phase 2: 8 - 11 August 2019
Phase 1: 10 - 13 October 2019
Phase 2: 2 - 5 November, 2019

City : Pune
Phase 1: 19 - 22 September 2019
Phase 2: 17 - 20 October 2019

City : Kochi
Phase 1: 20 - 23 June 2019
Phase 2: 18 -21 July 2019

Course Modules

Module 1: Define
- Overview on Six Sigma, VOC, Kano Model, Project Charter, SIPOC
- Quality Function Deployment (QFD)

Module 2: Measures
- Understanding data, types of data, sampling strategy
- Normal distribution, box plot, test of normality
- Binomial distribution, poisson distribution
- Understanding non-normal data, data transformation - Box Cox and Johnson transformation
- Measurement system analysis - Gage R&R and attribute agreement analysis
- Process capability – Cp, Cpk and DPMO

Module 3: Analyse
- Cause validation - Cause and effect diagram
- Process door analysis - Lean application, types of wastes, principles of lean, value stream mapping
- Data door analysis - Testing the potential causes - test of hypothesis. Test of means, test of variance, test of proportion and regression study and analysis
- Non parametric study

Module 4: Improve
- Ideation and solutions - TRIZ, C&B matrix, mistake proofing, FMEA, hypothesis testing to validate the results
- Design of Experiments (DOE) - Full factorial experiments

Control
- Process management charts, SPC - Control charts for continuous and discrete data
- Control-Response plan