Six Sigma is an extensive subject and this workshop aims to give the client an overview of the fundamentals of Six Sigma.
Subjects such as DMAIC, SIPOC and PARETO analysis will be covered along with other useful tools found within this subject.
These tools are also linked to the PPS workshop such as DMAIC and considers “best practice” for problem solving and improvement projects.
Six Sigma Workshop:
Delegates will finish their workshop with an understanding of some of the Six Sigma tools & techniques. They should have enough knowledge to:
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