Addresses the specific requirements and training schedule for each of the categories.
The final volume of this series presents a synopsis of the curriculum that a typical Six Sigma program should follow. It differs from the preceding six volumes in that it is an implementation volume, therefore the information is geared towards helping readers formalize their own training. The book establishes the minimum requirements for the Six Sigma methodology and provides the body of knowledge needed for a successful and rewarding implementation of the Six Sigma processes.
Introduction. What is Diffusion. Characteristics of Innovations. The Process of the Six Sigma Diffusion in the Organization. References. UNDERSTANDING ADULT TRAINING AND INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN. Understanding the Learner and Instruction. Front End Analysis. Design of Instruction. Development of the Material and Evaluation. Delivery of Material and Evaluation. Contract Training. TRAINING FOR THE DMAIC MODEL. Six Sigma for Executives. Six Sigma for Champions. Six Sigma for Master Black Belts. Six Sigma for Black Belts. Six sigma General orientation Training. TRAINING FOR THE DCOV MODEL. DFSS Training. 6 Certification. Epilog. Glossary. Selected Bibliography.