What is Six Sigma? Six Sigma is a disciplined business management methodology developed in 1986 by Motorola to achieve operational excellence. At the Motorola University, Six Sigma is defined as: a metric, a methodology and as a management system. At the heart of the methodology is the DMAIC model for process improvement. DMAIC is five phase acronym for: 1. Define opportunity 2. Measure performance 3. Analyze opportunity 4. Improve performance and 5. Control performance.
Our Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma training courses are available at Yellow Belt, Green Belt and Black Belt levels and include: the introductory Six Sigma Awareness and Yellow Belt courses which introduce delegates to the basics of Lean theory and a good understanding of the tools and processes to lead to the more advanced Green Belt Practitioner, Black Belt, Master Black Belt and Design for Six Sigma (dFSS) courses.
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