1-Day Six Sigma Workshop
The Imperia in Somerset
Wednesday - 26 February 2014
In this non-technical
course you will be introduced to the Lean Six Sigma “DMAIC” methodology
and how it relates to the PMBOK, the SEI CMMI, and other approaches to product
and process improvement.
This methodology has been widely adopted by the vast majority of Fortune
1000 and many multi-national organizations worldwide, and has delivered
billions of dollars in bottom line financial benefits.
These methods, widely used since their development in the 1980’s, are
the most effective approaches yet devised to improve processes and products
in every sector of the economy.
Knowledge of these methods will enhance the careers of all managers and engineers.
All attendees will receive a Certificate of attendance.
in projects intended to improve business performance will benefit from a
basic knowledge of Lean and Six Sigma.
- Lean and
Six Sigma Process Improvement Architecture
Roles and Responsibilities
The “DMAIC” Process Model
Integrating Six Sigma and the PMBoK
- Phase 1: Define
Value Stream Analysis
“Y to x” Measures Tracking Scorecard
- Phase 2: Measure
Introduction to Statistical Terms, Concepts, & Tools
Locate, Access, and Define Available Data
If Required, Identify Additional Candidate x's
- Phase 3: Analyze
Formulate an Analysis Plan
Screen Potential x's
Determine Baselines, Set Targets, and Determine Benefits
for Significant x's
- Phase 4/5:
Improve & Control
Generate, Evaluate, and Select Improvements
Deploy and control
lunch and snacks
Gary Gack, is the founder
and President of Process-Fusion.net, a provider of Assessments, Strategy
advice, Training, and Coaching relating to integration and deployment of
software and IT best practices. Mr. Gack holds an MBA from the Wharton School,
is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and an ASQ Certified Software Quality Engineer.
He has more than 40 years of diverse experience, including more than 20
years focused on process improvement. He is the author of many articles
and a book entitled Managing the Black Hole: The Executive’s Guide to Software
Project Risk. LinkedIn
End: 4:30 (8 PDUs)
Fees for the Workshop
questions should be addressed to registration(:@:)pminj.org.
No refund if canceled
after 01 February 2014
To cancel a reservation, send the PMINJ receipt
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