Six Sigma is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement. It was developed by Motorola .
Six Sigma is a methodological strategy by which errors in a company’s current processes and plans are
identified and strategies to rectify the same are formulated. It is fact-based technique,
involving a lot of data handling, which provides scientific results for cost cutting and reduction in waste of resources.
Different Levels :-
The first level is completed when an individual finishes two weeks of training and passes the qualifying exam.
This level is termed Six Sigma Green Belt, which teaches all the essential methodologies.
The curriculum for the Green Belt involves DMAIC, which stands for five interrelated phases:
Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control.
The Six Sigma Black Belt is awarded to a professional who completes four weeks of training, which involves Green Belt curriculum as well.
This phase’s curriculum covers Green Belt subject matter as well. Black belt certified personnel usually train other Six Sigma aspirants and
Six Sigma Green Belt holders, and in the process improve their abilities and skills as well.
Master Black Belt:-
A person who has undertaken more than the required four weeks training and implements it in an organization as a Six Sigma program manager
is awarded the Master Black Belt. These personnel are responsible for imparting knowledge to help Green Belt level and Black Belt level
learners in improvising on their projects.