Lean Six-Sigma Green Belt Workshop
October 25, 2019 (Friday), Toronto, Canada
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport
Recommended to study statistics and lean manufacturing for better understanding during LSS workshop.
- Introduction of participants
- Pre-Test and Evaluation of Lean Six-Sigma Concept
Understanding Lean Six Sigma
- Describe the objectives of Lean Six Sigma
- Describe the relationship between variation and sigma
- Recognize some Six Sigma concepts
- Recognize the Six Sigma implementation model (DMAIC)
- Describe your role and responsibilities in Lean Six Sigma (LSS)
- Utilize a structured approach to select projects
- Refine and Define the problem into a Project Charter
- Make an initial estimate of your project’s benefits
Lean Six Sigma Fundamentals
- Describe what is meant by “Process Focus”
- Describe the importance of VOC, VOB, and VOE, and CTQ’s & explain COPQ
- List and explain Six-Sigma Tools
- Describe the Six Sigma metrics
- Explain the difference between DPU and DPMO
- Explain the importance of the different stakeholders including the senior executive team and the different roles they play in Six Sigma project and system implementation.
- Explain the roles of Master Black Belts, Black Belts Green Belts and or Department managers, supervisors, team members and their roles in Lean Six-Sigma Implementation
- Importance of Project Charter, GEMBA, Lean Six-Sigma Training prior to Lean Six-Sigma implementation
- Generate a Process and Value Stream Map ( From Morning Session)
- Statistical Tools required for Lean Six-Sigma
- Importance of Data Collection and Analysis
- How to determination of Defects per Unit (DPU)
- How to determine Defects per Million of Opportunities (DPMO)
- Utilization of current and future states of the system to show process or system’s improvement.
Group Exercise Lean Six Sigma mini Project – Proposed by each group
Dr. Saso Krstovski, MBB
Lean Manufacturing Coach /Six Sigma Master Black Belt
Van Dyke Transmission Plant
Ford Motor Company
Dr. Saso Krstovski is currently working for Ford Motor Company as Lean Manufacturing Coach/Six Sigma Master Black Belt at the Van Dyke Transmission Plant. He has worked as a Test Engineer, Launch Test Engineer, and Electrical/Control Engineer since 2004. Dr. Krstovski has also, worked at the Dearborn Tool and Die Plant and held various roles in Information Technology as a Systems Analyst, Manufacturing Planning Specialist and Process Engineer from 1996 to 2004. He is detail oriented and data-driven engineer with over 20 years of manufacturing experience. He is diversely skilled and proficient with problem identification and resolution to avoid time/cost expenditures. His expert level skills are in information technology, engineering, testing and manufacturing systems. His background ranges from supervision to engineering. Dr. Krstovski held several different engineering discipline roles within Ford. He has extensive six sigma knowledge inside and outside of the Ford organization. Dr. Krstovski collaborated with the education sector on manufacturing systems projects and provided ideas on several occasions. He has received the Doctor of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems (DEMS) from Lawrence Technological University. Dr. Krstovski has Masters in Electrical Computer Controlled Systems from Wayne State University. He has several paper publications and scientific articles.
Workshop Registration Fee: $200
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