It prepares participants for continued study in the Design for Six Sigma methodology, which is aimed at getting better products and services to market faster and at a lower cost. The course is taught with a “Keep It Simple Statistically” (KISS) approach that makes use of many in-class examples and exercises. Participants have ample opportunity to practice what is taught to ensure they have a practical, working knowledge of MSA, probability and data distributions, and Design of Experiments. This 1 week workshop is designed for participants who have not previously completed an in-depth Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt training curriculum, or need to brush up on the fundamentals of DOE and statistical analysis in preparation for further Design for Six Sigma training.
Week 2 of the DFSS training is the Breakthrough Performance using Design for Six Sigmacourse. This hands-on week provides the complete line of sight through the entire IDOV process, including more advanced applications as they relate to the DFSS Scorecard, DFSS Projects, Voice of the Customer (VOC), Concept Generation and Selection, Product Design and Requirements Flowdown, Transfer Functions and Expected Value Analysis (EVA), Robust Design, Tolerance Allocation, Design for X-ability, Sensitivity Analysis and applying the IDOV Methodology to achievement Breakthrough Performance.