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Six Sigma

Data-Driven Process Optimisation Based on Facts and Figures

The Six Sigma methods developed in the United States in the 1980s at General Electric and Motorola make it possible to consistently improve one’s business processes based on facts and figures. Statistical analyses are extensively used to understand the processes in both a quantitative as well as in a qualitative way, and to improve them sustainably. I offer training on all contents and procedures as well as, in cooperation with the German Chamber of Commerce in Beijing, the possibility of certification:

  1. Introduction to Six Sigma (Module 1, Yellow Belt)
  2. Six Sigma History and Application (Module 2, Yellow Belt)
  3. Other Process Improvement and Quality Methods (Module 3, Yellow Belt)
  4. Basic Six Sigma Concepts (Module 4, Yellow Belt)
  5. Approaching Problems in a Scientific Way (Module 5, Yellow Belt)
  6. Analysing Processes (Module 6, Yellow Belt)
  7. Managing Quality (Module 7, Yellow Belt)
  8. Six Sigma Project Management (Module 8, Yellow Belt)
  9. Introduction to DMAIC and DMADV (Module 9, Yellow Belt)
  10. Introduction to Minitab (Module 10, Green Belt)
  11. Introduction to R (Module 11, Green Belt)
  12. Tools for the Define Phase (Module 12, Green Belt)
  13. Tools for the Measure Phase (Module 13, Green Belt)
  14. Tools for the Analyse Phase (Module 14, Green Belt)
  15. Tools for the Improve Phase (Module 15, Green Belt)
  16. Tools for the Control Phase (Module 16, Green Belt)
  17. Intermediate Graphical Analysis (Module 17, Green Belt)
  18. Normal Probability Distributions (Module 18, Black Belt)
  19. Correlation and Regression (Module 19, Black Belt)
  20. Non-Normal Probability Distributions (Module 20, Black Belt)
  21. Hypothesis Testing (Module 21, Black Belt)
  22. Sample Sizes (Module 22, Black Belt)
  23. Advanced Control Charts (Module 23, Black Belt)
  24. Applying Statistics to Business Applications through Six Sigma (Module 24, Black Belt)
  25. Analysis of Variance/1-Way ANOVA (Module 25, Black Belt)
  26. Design of Experiments (Module 26, Black Belt)
  27. Interactions, Multi-Level Factorials, and Creating Experiments (Module 27, Black Belt)
  28. Brainstorming and Process Improvement Tools (Module 28, Black Belt)
  29. Process Mapping (Module 29, Black Belt)

The yellow belt course contents promote a general comprehension of Six Sigma principles in theory and practise. All exercises can be calculated with Microsoft Excel.

The green belt course contents enable the participants to actively lead smaller scale Six Sigma projects. All exercises and examples must be calculated with professional statistics software, i.e. Minitab or R.

The skills for large-scale or complex projects are being taught in the black belt modules.

Duration: 2 days (Yellow Belt), 4 days (Green Belt), 8 days (Black Belt), or customised to your needs

Location: On your premises in the People’s Republic of China or in countries nearby; upon request also online.

Fees: Please contact me to obtain an individual offer.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by e-mail: