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Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma

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An introduction to the fundamental concepts of the Lean and Six Sigma methodologies using the IPO model.

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  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Jan 16, 2018 posted by Matt Hansen

    Thank you Carla for your kind feedback and for using StatStuff! Yes, the StatStuff training does cover some of that but it may be under different terms. For example, a Kaizen is what I refer to as a Lean Workout. If you do a search on the site or look through StatStuff's online dictionary, you may find some of those other terms you're looking for.

  • Comment Link Carla Fraga-Young Jan 15, 2018 posted by Carla Fraga-Young

    Hi Matt,
    I just started my first lesson today and so far i am enjoying it, the book also helps a lot.
    I have been promoted to a 6S Black Belt AME ABO for Cummins in SA and really the training will help me advance my career in the quality segment.
    Just a QQ, does the training covers all the tools for Quality management as such Kaizen, 7 steps problem solve etc etc, or it will be only related to 6S (DMAIC)?
    I am so glad i got this training. thank you so much.

  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Apr 6, 2017 posted by Matt Hansen

    Thanks Raúl I'm so glad StatStuff has been helpful to you! Sorry, but I don't have subtitles easily available on the videos. It would be great to add them, but it would require too many hours of work to do so.

  • Comment Link Raúl Vinuesa Arjona Apr 5, 2017 posted by Raúl Vinuesa Arjona

    Hi Matt! Thanks for this amazing training, it is very helpful. I really appreciate if I could see the videos with English subtitles. Could it be possible? Thank you in advance.

  • Comment Link Matt Hansen Jul 6, 2015 posted by Matt Hansen

    Thanks Munara, I really appreciate the kind feedback!

  • Comment Link Munara Davletova Jun 30, 2015 posted by Munara Davletova

    Hello Matt,

    I've already done this lesson before, but decided to go back one more time. Thank you very much for the easy to understand , siple but very informative lesson one more time!
    Great job!

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Video List for Beginner Path

An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

Below are just 11 training videos (less than 3 hours of content) that give a basic introduction to Lean Six Sigma. They are selected from the 121 videos in the Advanced Training Path.
1. StatStuff Orientation (What is StatStuff?)  
This video welcomes you to StatStuff by explaining some general concepts about how the videos are designed and how the site works.
2. Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma login not required 
An introduction to the fundamental concepts of the Lean and Six Sigma methodologies using the IPO model.
3. Lean and Six Sigma Project Methodologies login not required 
An introduction to five project methodologies (Lean, DMAIC, DMADV, DFSS & PMI) and when to use each.
4. Corporate CTQ Drilldown login not required 
A review of how to align a project opportunity to the overall business strategy and needs by understanding the business CTQs in a CTQ Drilldown.
5. Project Financial Benefits login not required 
A review of how to identify and categorize financial benefits from a project.
6. Key Roles in a Lean or Six Sigma Project login not required 
A review of the project and functional roles in Lean Six Sigma projects like Green Belt, Black Belt, Sponsor, Champion, etc.
7. Developing a Project Strategy Using IPO-FAT Tool login not required 
A review of how to build a strategy for a project and how the IPO-FAT tool can be used for developing that strategy.
8. Introduction to Lean  
An introduction to Lean including a brief history, the philosophy of Lean, and a summary of some common Lean tools and concepts.
9. Problem Resolution Using DMAIC  
A review of how the DMAIC methodology follows the typical steps we follow when trying to resolve a problem.
10. The DMAIC Roadmap (Levels 1 & 2) login not required 
A high-level roadmap through the DMAIC methodology that navigates the user through the various tools and concepts for leading a Six Sigma project.
11. Adapting Lean to Six Sigma DMAIC Flow login not required 
A description of how the Lean tools and concepts can be adapted to the Six Sigma DMAIC methodology.

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