Six Sigma Green Belt Course Work Certification
ISME students are trained on Six Sigma concepts with a strong orientation towards application and problem solving. This is being further enhanced with the integrated programme on Six Sigma Green Belt Course Work certification. Students initially undergo a course to get a Green Belt Course Work Certification as a part of the programme. After the complete coursework, students do an applied project work for a period of three months in the area of their specialization. After the completion, students come back to the campus for the Green Belt Course Work certification.
Brief About Six Sigma
Six Sigma is a business improvement methodology, originally developed by Motorola to systematically improve processes by eliminating defects. Defects are defined as unacceptable deviation from the mean or target. The objective of Six Sigma is to deliver high performance, reliability, and value to the end customer.
In addition to Motorola, companies which also adopted Six Sigma methodologies early-on and continue to practice HGH it today include Honeywell International (previously known as Allied Signal), Raytheon and General Electric (introduced by Jack Welch). The three companies have reportedly saved billions of dollars thanks to the aggressive implementation and daily practice of Six Sigma methodologies.
Six Sigma initiatives has become a rage in the western world as well as in developing countries like India. Every organization wants to implement Six Sigma approach in anticipation of improving market penetration and organizational speed at the same time reducing cost of doing business. In fact, Six Sigma is being conceived as CEO’s tool to translate the business goals to bring about a revolution of improvements not merely confining to Quality Control or Quality Assurance functions. Six Sigma is being perceived to take people to higher level of performance with fewer mistakes while making it a strategic option for transforming an organization. Six Sigma is a program to be owned and led by leadership orienting strategically towards market place and customer satisfaction.