The Certified Six Sigma Black Belt is a professional who can explain Six Sigma philosophies and principles, including supporting systems and tools. A Black Belt should demonstrate team leadership, understand team dynamics and assign team member roles and responsibilities.
- Explain the Lean and Six Sigma philosophy and principles including the related systems and tools, being able to describe their impact on the different business processes throughout the organization.
- Define the different leadership roles and responsibilities in a Six Sigma project, and develop skills to actively and productively integrate into participating work teams in a collaborative environment
- Identify the various ways in which an idea for a Six Sigma project can appear and correctly generate planning based on the tools provided by the Six Sigma methodology.
- Analyze data collection techniques, process elements, and process analysis tools, identify types of data to develop outcome and process measures, measures of central tendency, and calculate process capability.
- Identify the elements of a project map and use various tools to monitor the progress of the project.
- Analyze regression and linkage analysis results, as well as interpret multivariable study results and attribute data to find sources of bias.
- Determine improvement actions to reduce activities that do not add value.
- Implement statistical process controls.
- Develop control plans and use tools to maintain and sustain improvements.
- Apply other DFSS techniques, robust processes and designs, and techniques for strategic and tactical designs.
Managers, officials, executives and professionals who carry out their activities in the areas of quality or are involved in continuous improvement projects within their organizations.
- A minimum of three years of work experience and experience in improvement processes.
- Knowledge of technical English to take the official certification exam.