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Lean Six Sigma is a methodology that aims at minimising the waste and wants to create the most efficient system possible. The [course_title] course teaches the principles and practices of Lean Six Sigma methods so that you can apply the techniques in your business organisation and reduce the percentage of waste.

The purpose of the course is to guide you to learn the techniques of Lean Six Sigma for implementing the method in manufacturing operations. You will also learn to operate with the awareness of Lean Six Sigma at the enterprise level.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Lean Thinking 00:30:00
Six Sigma Principles 00:25:00
Systems Change Principles 00:30:00
Socio-Technical Dynamics 00:30:00
“Brownfield”/”Greenfield” Contrast 00:30:00
Active and Passive Opposition to Lean Six Sigma 00:30:00
Team/Work Group Structure and Roles – Socio-Tech vs Lean Teams99 00:20:00
“Front-Line Leadership Capability and Motivation” by Craig Abler and Thomas Neal 00:30:00
Knowledge-Driven Work 00:30:00
Support Function Alignment 00:30:00
“Supply Chain Alignment” by Kevin Lennox and Dave Penake 00:30:00
Union-Management Partnership 00:30:00
Module 02
“Standardized Work” by Jessica Dolak and Ben Lathrop 00:30:00
“PDCA and Control Point Improvement Processes” by Jeremy Weinstein and Steve Vasovski 00:30:00
“Preventive Maintenance Principles” by Scott Couzens and Scott Hiroshige 00:30:00
“Assembly Operations – Takt Time” by Colin Ducharme and Todd Ruddick 00:25:00
“Machining Operations – Cycle Time” by Tamboura Gaskins and Sean Holly 00:45:00
“Continuous Flow Operations” by Bret Awbrey and Jacob Silber 00:30:00
Sustainability and Lean Six Sigma by Todd Robinson and Kerry Person 00:45:00
“Presentation of Parts and Parts Marketplace” by Min Shao and Jason Kary 00:30:00
“Hejunka/Product Leveling” by Amy Reyner and Kweku Fleming 00:20:00
“Kaizen-Teian Improvement Systems” by Yue Cathy Chang and Johnson Wu 00:30:00
Module 03
“Hoshin Planning/Policy Deployment” by Ian MacDonald and Howard Shen 00:30:00
“Performance Metric Feedback” by Krishnan Raghunathan and Linsey Rubenstein 00:45:00
Forecast “Push,” Customer “Pull,” and Hybrid Models by Bruce Pan and Nicholas Svensson 00:45:00
Lean Enterprise Alignment 00:25:00
Lean Simulation Part – 1 01:30:00
Lean Simulation Part -2 01:30:00
Lean Simulation Part – 3 01:30:00
Lean Simulation Part – 4 01:30:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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