Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Course

Overview – Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Course

Lean 6 Sigma is a combination of tools from Lean Management and Six Sigma, which focuses for process improvements. Lean tools effort to improve performance by systematically removing waste, and Six Sigma tools focuses reducing variation. 6 Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) method aims to increase product and service quality and thus customer satisfaction. Lean 6 Sigma, which is came out by the combination of these two concepts, is a globally accepted management strategy that seems effect on processes.

Lean 6 Sigma, analyzes the effects of process inputs on output with many tools and aims to control the variability of the output by controlling the inputs according to the proven effect degree.

Meanwhile, unforeseen losses such as HIDDEN FACTORY are revealed and eliminated.
The gaol of Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Course is to train experts who can manage Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt projects in their companies.

Content – Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Course

Introduction to Lean Six Sigma & Define Tools (2 days)
  • Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
  • What is 6 Sigma?
  • Roles in 6 Sigma
  • Project Charter
  • Leadership Principles
  • Kano Model
  • VOC / VOB / CTQs
  • Workflow
  • Brainstorming
  • Ishikawa / Fishbone Diagram
  • Cause and Effect Matrix
Measure Tools (2 days)
  • SS Matrix & FMEA Links
  • FMEA (Case Study)
  • VSM – Value Stream Mapping
    • Purpose of Value Stream
    • Tools Used in Value Stream Mapping
    • Value Stream Mapping Steps
    • Takt / Cycle Time OEE / OAE / TEEP
    • Current State Map (Case Study)
  • Basic Statistic Concepts
  • SPC – Statistical Prosess Control
    • Cp, Cpk Parameters
    • Process Capability Calculations
    • Capability Analysis via Minitab 
Measure and Analyze Tools (2 days)
  • MSA – Measurement Systems Analysis
    • Measurement and Measurement System Concepts
    • Process Variables
    • MSA Terminology
    • Performing Measurement System Analysis
    • Gage R&R via Minitab (Case Study)
  • Lean 
    • Kaizen 
      • Before – After Kaizen (Case Study)
      • Kobetsu Kaizen
      • Gemba Kaizen
  • Graphics
    • Histogram
    • Scatter Diagram
      • Layout Arrangement
      • Report Transfer
      • Update
      • Brushing
      • Data Analysis
      • Graphic Formatting
    • Boxplot, Matrix Plot, Bubble Plot, Marginal Plot, Dot Plot, Individual Value Plot, Bar Chart, Pareto Chart, Time Series Plot, 3D Scatter Plot
Analysis and Improvement (2 days)
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Comparison of Means
  • Comparison of Variances
  • Correlation
  • Single Regression
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Power and Number of Samples
  • Multiple Regression
  • One Piece Flow
  • Just In Time (JIT)
    • Heijunka
    • Kanban
    • Jidoka / Poka-Yoke / Error Proof
  • Spaghetti Diagram
  • TPM – Total Productivity Maintenance
  • SMED (Simulation via Gemba SMED Tool)
  • Mind Mapping
  • Nominal Group Technique (Case Study)
Improve and Control Tools (2 days)
  • Random Blocking
  • Design of Experiment
    • Full Factorial Experiments
    • 2K Factorial Experiments
    • Fractional Factorial Experiments
    • Taguchi
    • Unbalanced Designs
    • Creating an Experiment
    • Simuation of DOE by Gemba Tools
  • Binary Logistic Regression
  • Control Technique
  • SPC Diagrams
    • Xbar-R Diagrams
    • Xbar-S Diagrams
    • I-MR-R/S Diagrams


It is a 80-hour program in total. It is completed within a period of 5 weeks, with 16 hours (2 days) each week.


Participants who are successful in the exams and assignments to be held during the program are entitled to receive an “ Achievement Certificate of Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt” in case the project they choose is successfully completed. Otherwise, participants will receive an “Attendance Certificate of Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt”.

Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Course

The gaol of Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Course is to train experts who can manage Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt projects in their companies.