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6 Six Sigma Implementation

- Who is Involved
Technical
Trainers, Mentors:
Full-Time Black Belts
Commitment
Project Leaders-
Senior Management Full-Time
Commitment

Master
Black Belts Green Belts
Champions and Leaders
Project Leaders-
Provides direction, removes Part-Time
obstacles, reviews progress Commitment
6 Black Belt Training
Time on
Consulting/ Related
Task Mentoring
Projects
Training
Utilize
Green Statistical/
Find one
2%~5% new green 2 / year
Belt Quality
technique
belt

Lead use
of
Black technique
and 5%~10%
Two green
4 / year
belts
Belt communic-
ate new
ones

Master Consulting/
Five Black
Black Mentoring/ 80~100%
Belts
10 / year
Training
Belt
6 The six sigma organization
The six sigma team has five levels of hierarchy
6 What is a BELT?
➢Belt refers to the level or the position, of a person in an
organization at the time of performing a work or at the
time of implementation of a project.

➢There are four “Belt” levels :-

1. Champion
2. Master black belt(MBB)
3. Black belt(BB)
4. Green belt(GB)
5. Yellow belt(YB)
6 Champion
•Lay down policies and guidelines regarding
functioning of six sigma teams
•Approves six sigma projects
•Removes road blocks in the path of six sigma
implementation
•Receives presentations
•Monitors project
•Make available necessary resources
•Sort out conflicts
6 Master Black Belts

▪ The highest level of Six Sigma expertise;

▪ All duties involve implementation of Six


Sigma, including statistical analysis,
strategic and policy planning and
implementation, and training and mentoring
of Black Belts.
6 Black Belts

▪a Six Sigma-trained professional who has usually


completed an examination and been certified in its
methods;

▪ all job duties include implementation of Six


Sigma methodology throughout all levels of the
business,

▪ leading teams and projects, and providing Six


Sigma training and mentoring to Green and Yellow
Belts.
6 Green Belt

▪ In many organizations, Six Sigma's "entry


level";

▪ a Six Sigma-trained professional who does


not work on Six Sigma projects exclusively,
but whose duties include leading projects
and teams and implementing Six Sigma
methodology at the project level
6 Yellow Belt

▪ The lowest level of Six Sigma expertise;

▪ applies to a professional who has a basic working


knowledge and who may manage smaller process
improvement projects,

▪ but who does not function as a project or team


leader.
6 Six Sigma
Culture
• Leadership
• Training
– Green belt
– Black belt
– Master black belt
6 Masterblackbelt, Blackbelt and
Greenbelt
Masterblackbelt
Considerable statistical, analytical and
team building skills.
Numerous Six Sigma projects
completed.
Oversees and supports blackbelt and
greenbelt project implementations.

Blackbelt
Considerable statistical, analytical and
team building skills.
Several Six Sigma projects completed
and certified.
Delivers six sigma projects and supports
greenbelt projects.

Greenbelt
Some statistical, analytical skills, team
member or manager.
Several greenbelt Six Sigma projects
completed and certified.
Completes projects, supports or manages
blackbelt projects.
6 Six Sigma Project Teams
• Champions – senior managers who promote Six
Sigma
• Master Black Belts – highly trained experts
responsible for strategy, training, mentoring,
deployment, and results.
• Black Belts – Experts who perform technical
analyses
• Green Belts – functional employees trained in
introductory Six Sigma tools
• Team Members – Employees who support
specific projects