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A Go-Lean-Six Lean/DMAIC certificate validates your knowledge of and experience with Lean/ DMAIC principles.  

The Go-Lean-Six certificate program is focused on creating a standard for continuous improvement through a robust body of knowledge that is primarily based on Toyota Production System’s Lean Transformation Model and the Lean Production System.  In addition, it adds the problem-solving components of Motorola’s DMAIC (Design-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) and Six Sigma for Quality Excellence. 

Our goal is to support a community of continuous improvement practitioners and leaders through training and coaching and to improve the workforce. 

Our Lean/DMAIC Yellow and Green Belt Certificate training programs focus on mastering the fundamentals of Lean from a tactical perspective with a robust understanding of the DMAIC problem-solving methodology. The Green Belt Certificate moves from basic understanding of the principles and tools in the Yellow Belt to applied experience by the completion of a project in the Green Belt program. 

The Lean/DMAIC Black Belt furthers the knowledge of the tactical and applied experience in Yellow and Green Belt by introducing Leadership principles and advanced Lean Tools and Methods.

The Lean/DMAIC Yellow Belt operates in support of process problem solving and projects.  They are key team members, often taking leadership roles in problem- solving. 

The Lean/DMAIC Green Belt operates in support of or under the supervision of a Black Belt.  They analyze and solve process problems and are involved in process improvement projects. A Green Belt often facilitates Improvement Teams. They understand the Lean Principles and the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) and can use them for problem-solving.  They help to identify and drive out waste from processes and work on teams to help lead them.

A Lean/DMAIC Black Belt has a thorough understanding of all aspects of the Lean principles and of the define, measure, analyze, improve and control (DMAIC) model.  They can identify non-value-added elements, leading teams and activities and are able to identify the need for and apply Lean/Six Sigma quality tools for problem-solving. A trained Lean Black Belt can see waste across integrated processes and can train others in the Lean principles.  

The Go-Lean-Six Lean/DMAIC Certificate Body of knowledge:

Lean/DMAIC Yellow Belt:

  1. Introduction to Lean Principles 

    • History of Lean 

    • Principles of Lean

    • The 8 Wastes/ Muda

  2. Kaizen Events 

    • Good Change

    • Kaizen Events (Plan, Conduct, Follow-up) 

    • Chartering teams

    • Team Meetings

    • A3 Thinking

  3. 6S Workplace Organization

    • Safety, Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain the Gains

  4. Root Cause & Corrective Action Problem Solving (RCCA)

    • Fishbone

    • 5 Why

    • Problem Solving and the 8 Disciplines (8D)

  5. Lean Daily Management an Introduction 

    • Key Performance Indicators

    • Daily Huddles and Team Meetings

    • Work Teams

    • Gemba Walks and Help Chains

    • Leader Standard Work

    • SQDC Boards (Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost)

Lean/DMAIC Green Belt:

  1. Six Sigma – DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control)

    • Introduction to Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control

    • Variation

    • Introduction to Graphical Analysis

    • Introduction to Six Sigma

    • History of Six Sigma

    • Introduction to experiments 

  2. Kanban Pull Systems 

    • Pull Systems 

    • A Plan for Every Part (PFEP)

    • Takt/Flow/Pull 

  3. Continuous Flow (Cellular Layouts) 

  4. Quick Changeover (SMED) 

  5. Total Preventive Maintenance (TPM)

 

Lean/DMAIC Black Belt

 

  1. Leader / Facilitator / Coach (LFC)

    • Kata / Coaching

    • The Continuous Improvement Culture

    • Change Management 

  2. Value Stream Management (8 Steps of VSM)

    • Leadership Support

    • Lean Metrics

    • Value Stream Mapping

    • Follow up and sustainment

  3. Six Sigma – Intermediate Statistical Process Control (SPC)

    • Graphical analysis

    • Testing and Variation Control

  4. Creating a Continuous Improvement Culture (Kata)

  5. Policy Deployment / Hoshin-Kanri / Lean-Six Transformation Roadmap