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Six Sigma Green Belt Training

The concept of Six Sigma processes has caught on like wild fire across the world. In a world that is obsessed with quality, Six Sigma is of great relevance and practical utility. The commitment to quality is synonymous with ensuring high level of customer satisfaction and delight, and the removal of wastage and defects. Defects are the enemy of quality and customer satisfaction. The idea of Six Sigma draws on statistical concepts to define extremely high standards in process so that the number of defects is as low as 3.4 defects per million opportunities (DPMO) or instances. This represents an immensely high level of quality since having 100% defect free operations is an ideal thing, but not quite possible in an imperfect world. But the overall objective of Six Sigma operations is to ensure the maximum possible level of standards and quality and minimum defect level.

When it comes to Six Sigma implementation in a company, the roles across levels of management and employee categories are spelt out and defined. The Executive Leadership (CEO and top management) sponsors the Six Sigma initiative in the company. This is followed by Six Sigma hierarchy that includes Champions, Master Black Belts, Black Belts and Green Belts, depending on the level of proficiency as well as time and effort devoted by these employee categories to Six Sigma implementation. Green belts refer to employees who assist in Six Sigma implementation, even though they have other key responsibilities too in the company that they need to attend to.

There are many companies, both online as well as offline, which offer Six Sigma green belt training. The benefits of green belt training would accrue to those who are keenly interested in bringing about changes and improvements in their processes and job areas with respect to quality. These people do not leave their own jobs. Rather, they are committed to finding ways and means to ensure that the number of defects per million in their own process comes as close to Six Sigma levels (3.4 DPMO) as soon as possible.

Six Sigma green belt training is quite egalitarian and open to all. One does not have to be from engineering or quality background to be a Six Sigma expert. You can be an HR, finance or accounting person to go through the training and figure out ways and means to improve standards and quality levels in your own function and area of influence.

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