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So you wanna get certified in Lean Six Sigma?
Whoa, let me stand back in awe of you. Pursuing a certification in Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is not an easy task. It's a big investment in time and work to attain a certification, but it is also very rewarding! 

At this time, StatStuff does not offer certifications, but StatStuff's complete training content in this Advanced Path is frequently used by many people pursuing a certification from other organizations. Most training organizations have LSS training that are at least 40 to 200 hours long. StatStuff's 121 videos have less than 28 hours of content; that can save you lots of time and let you learn LSS when it's most convenient for you.

If you'd like to learn more about certifications, check out the article "Straight Answers About Lean Six Sigma Certifications".  For further information about LSS certifications or the different LSS roles, feel free to check out the video "Key Roles in a Lean or Six Sigma Project".

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  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Oct 13, 2014 posted by Matt Hansen

    Thanks Greg, I'm so glad it's been a help to you and I appreciate the feedback!

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  • Comment Link Greg Booth Oct 12, 2014 posted by Greg Booth

    Matt, you've assmbled an oustanding resourse to help individuals become proficient in Lean Six Sigma
    A sincere Thank You.

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  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Oct 1, 2014 posted by Matt Hansen

    Sim, I really appreciate the feedback. I'm so glad you found the StatStuff resources to be helpful!

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  • Comment Link harsimrat kahlon Sep 30, 2014 posted by harsimrat kahlon

    Matt,
    I must say that I never understood Lean Six Sigma until I was advised by someone to listen to your videos. You have made every detail and aspect so easy to understand and implement. Thank you for helping me out with my prepration. I honestly owe that to you.
    Best Regards
    Sim Kahlon.

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  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Sep 21, 2014 posted by Matt Hansen

    Thank you Gorur for the very kind feedback! As with the similar question from Kaleem, I don't have immediate plans for new content like that, plus I don't have extensive experience in some of them. However, I'd love to add more articles or video content here if you or anyone else with that experience is willing to share it.

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  • Comment Link Gorur Sridhar Sep 21, 2014 posted by Gorur Sridhar

    Hi Matt,

    Your videos are just too good. It is really great of you to provide such a comprehensive material on a 'no cost basis'. The nice part is that you include the practical applications in every topic and that helps us to understand the How and Why of LSS.
    Do you plan to upload some videos on the advanced topics like Reliability, DOE, Taguchi methods etc. also? We earnestly hope that do it :).

    Quality Consultant
    From India

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  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Sep 15, 2014 posted by Matt Hansen

    Thank you Kaleem & I.N. for the kind comments!

    Kaleem, I don't have immediate plans for adding videos on those topics; my current plans include offering many other new resources to the site. But I'd welcome articles written and submitted by anyone on topics like that to include on the StatStuff site.

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  • Comment Link Kaleem Rao Sep 13, 2014 posted by Kaleem Rao

    Job well done Matt,

    Congratulations on your good work for people's learning.
    Do you have plan to upload some other training videos e.g. QMS, EMS, OHSAS, 19011 etc.

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  • Comment Link I. N. Aug 26, 2014 posted by I. N.

    Love your simple approach to teaching such a complex subject. You give me so much confidence and motivation to pursue this or else I would have quit a long time ago with no personal tutor. Forever grateful Matt. Thank you :-)

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Video List for Advanced Path

1. Introduction

A general overview of Lean and Six Sigma concepts including some generic tools that can be used for finding, prioritizing, and managing Lean and Six Sigma projects and initiatives.

2. Lean Tools and Concepts

A mix of the most common Lean tools and concepts that are more specifically applied for improving process efficiencies.

3. Six Sigma Overview

A general overview of tools and concepts that apply to Six Sigma projects, especially those using the DMAIC methodology.

4. Six Sigma DEFINE Phase Tools & Concepts

The most common tools and concepts that pertain to the Define phase of the DMAIC methodology of Six Sigma which is intended to help us understand the problem we're trying to solve.

5. Six Sigma MEASURE Phase Tools & Concepts

The most common tools and concepts that pertain to the Measure phase of the DMAIC methodology of Six Sigma which is intended to help us ensure we're gathering reliable data for the problem we're trying to solve.

6. Six Sigma ANALYZE Phase Tools & Concepts

The most common tools and concepts that pertain to the Analyze phase of the DMAIC methodology of Six Sigma which is intended to help us apply analytical tests on the collected data for finding the root cause of the problem we're trying to solve.

7. Six Sigma IMPROVE Phase Tools & Concepts

The most common tools and concepts that pertain to the Improve phase of the DMAIC methodology of Six Sigma which is intended to help us find and pilot what improvements will fix the root cause of the problem we're trying to solve.

8. Six Sigma CONTROL Phase Tools & Concepts

The most common tools and concepts that pertain to the Control phase of the DMAIC methodology of Six Sigma which is intended to help us sustain the improvements that fixed the root cause of the problem we're trying to solve.

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