Initiate Six Sigma training in your organization for process improvements

by Larry Taggart Article writer
Organizations spend on Six Sigma training because they see high returns on their investment. Indeed, there are thousands upon thousands of companies across the globe that have adopted the Six Sigma methodology for business process improvement. Most organizations nominate some of their employees to go through training and certification of the Six Sigma methodology so that they can add value through projects. The Six Sigma white belt certification is the first stage in the certification process and is considered to be the foundation of the methodology.

Many organizations have a negative outlook on training. You cannot blame the business leaders for thinking like this - after all, many of the training programs are delivered at 30,000 feet and don’t address real issues. However, training programs on Six Sigma are different. These programs are customized for organizations where the participants are taught how to tackle the real business issues. The participants learn how to deep dive into business processes to improve and control them. And this results in the organization making more money and adding to their profit lines.

The Six Sigma white belt training course is usually a short-term course. This is where the participants get an overview of the Six Sigma methodology, learn about deployment and get introduced to the concept of variability. Anyone in an organization can be nominated to go through this course. Someone could be trained to become a project leader or a team member. Once someone is awarded the Six Sigma white belt certification, they can add value in multiple ways. To name a few,

• The certified individuals will be able to provide overview of the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma;
• They will understand how Six Sigma works by using DMAIC;
• They will know what their roles are in a Six Sigma project and
• They will know how to work on projects to minimize errors, make the most of the available resources and increase customer satisfaction.

Someone who has got a Six Sigma white belt will typically work part-time on process improvement projects. In most of the organizations, 25% of the working time of a white belt is allocated to Six Sigma projects. These employees work as support team members and help in data gathering. They are also assigned tasks to perform local level problem solving.

The biggest benefit for a white belt is that they get guidance from master black belts. The master black belts lead the most complex projects in the organization. They are change agents and drive strategic and cultural changes in their organizations. Getting mentored by such an experienced professional is something that a few can enjoy.

If your organization is thinking about improving the way it does business, Six Sigma training provides the imminent solution. As its employees get trained and certified and work on Six Sigma projects, the organization enjoys the benefits in both short and long terms. There are several professional training institutions that deal in Six Sigma and one of them can be roped in to initiate Six Sigma in an organization.

The first stage in Six Sigma training is Six Sigma white belt certification.

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