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Quality Control Circle Concepts for Six Sigma

By |2017-03-09T20:33:52+00:00March 9th, 2017|Categories: Articles, Free Resources, Quality Management, Readable Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Quality Control Circle (QCC) is a working group of few staff to contribute to the resolution of problems in the organizational quality and or improvement of the overall organization. Group's intent is to increase the staff morale with good quality product development and as well of Organization quality itself. Teams are engaged with QCC such that the staff development as well takes place with untapped potential for improvement. Quality Circle Also known as Quality circles, originated in Japan in 1962 by Mr.Kaoru Ishikawa. The Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) coordinated the movement in Japan for the QCC. Quality Control Circle In any given organization, QCC can be established upon team’s voluntary participation or through management guidance. Typically to resolve the problems or improve the organization, QCC takes advantage of 7 Quality Control tools. Seven Quality Control Tools Cause-and-effect diagrams (Ishikawa "fishbone" diagram) Process Flowcharts 80-20 Pareto charts Check sheets (Process mapping tool) Histograms (Bar charts, Pie charts) Run charts and Control [...]

Best training institute for Six Sigma Certification

By |2016-08-17T09:55:56+00:00March 15th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Black Belt, Black Belt, Free Resources, Green Belt, Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma, Master Black Belt, Master Black Belt, Quality Management, Readable Blog, Six Sigma, Yellow Belt, Yellow Belt|Tags: , , , , |

Best training institute for Six Sigma certification. This dilemma to find some of the best institutes goes on in the mind of six sigma participants across the world. There are multitude of training companies and solutions offered by various institutions across the world. However, there are few who simply standout of these mushroom of learning options. One such institution, exceptionally known across worldwide is GlobalSkillup. Best training institute for Six Sigma Certification - GlobalSkillup.com Why GlobalSkillup for Six Sigma Certification? GlobalSkillup offers Six Sigma program both in classroom and online mode based on recognized syllabus like ISO, EFQM, ASQ and IBSSP. We conduct Green Belt and Black Belt training in Lean Six Sigma and provide internationally recognized certification by GlobalSkillup. Training is provided by leading industry experts and consultants with more than 15 years of experience.  We have helped various organization implement Lean and Six Sigma.  We provide project support over a period of 1 year post training [...]

Six Sigma Certifications across the World

By |2016-03-29T19:27:02+00:00March 15th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Black Belt, Black Belt, Free Resources, Green Belt, Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma, Master Black Belt, Master Black Belt, Quality Management, Six Sigma, Yellow Belt, Yellow Belt|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Six Sigma Certifications Six Sigma Certifications across the World includes Black belts, Master Black Belts, Green Belts & Yellow Belts which are integral part of Project Management. Certification levels depends upon the Company's Implementation Strategy. Six Sigma Certifications are World Class Testimony for Quality Individuals with different Belt specified may be performing slightly different roles in their organization with added responsibilities, here is a basic guide to who does what. Six Sigma Certifications Trainings are provided worldwide by Quality Training Providers like GlobalSkillup. Course content for all certifications, though is closely aligned to the principles of American Society for Quality (ASQ). #1: Six Sigma Champions Every project needs organizational support. Without the organization support, implementation of Six Sigma is not feasible since it is a top down approach.  Six Sigma Champions set the direction for Six Sigma team and group. They ensure Projects success by providing necessary resources, funds, commitment and removing any roadblocks.  They translate the company’s vision to create an organizational [...]

Why Lean Six Sigma when Six Sigma Methodology exists?

By |2016-06-14T13:54:47+00:00March 15th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Free Resources, Lean Six Sigma, Quality Management, Readable Blog, Six Sigma|Tags: , , |

Lean Six Sigma Methodology and Six Sigma are two common methods under continuous improvement umbrella that businesses use to help improve quality and efficiency. They truly compliment each other and if applied in union, yields powerful and profitable results for the company. I am working in continuous improvement space for over 8 years now, first as Black Belt, then as Master Black Belt and now as Global Leader for CSI function.  I have used different methodologies at different times and different situations to yield results and all of them have helped me deliver great value to the business. Lean Six Sigma Methodology Even after so many years, one topic that has come up again and again and intrigue me is the ongoing debate regarding Lean vs Six Sigma, its merits & which one should be followed while streamlining business processes and eliminating waste out of process. Even among experts, both these approaches have their propagators and detractors who [...]

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What is Six Sigma?

By |2016-08-17T08:54:01+00:00January 13th, 2016|Categories: Quality Management, Six Sigma|Tags: , , , , , , , |

What is Six Sigma? This is the very first questions it comes to mind when someone asks about quality. At GlobalSkillup, we have thought about answering the very basic question. Go on to read more. What is Six Sigma? Sigma is a letter in the Greek Alphabet.  As a letter (∑), Sigma is used as a symbol for sums and series in which each term is computed from the previous one by adding (or subtracting). More about Six Sigma Six Sigma is a Business Management Strategy which was developed by Biill Smith who is also referred as father of Six Sigma.  He was working in Motorola,USA, when he developed this methodology/ strategy (in 1981).  Six Sigma is a methodology for continuous improvement using which process centering or variation between parts is controlled to bring process efficiency and reduce defects.  We can also refer this as problem solving technique using statistical approach.  It improves the quality of any process by [...]