Statistics is the science (and, arguably, also the art!) of learning from data. As a discipline it is concerned with the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, as well as the effective communication and presentation of results relying on data. Statistics lies at the heart of the type of quantitative reasoning necessary for making important advances in the sciences, such as medicine and genetics, and for making important decisions in business and public policy.
From medical studies to research experiments, from everywhere around the globe data are being collected all the time. Knowledge in statistics provides you with the necessary tools and conceptual foundations in quantitative reasoning to extract information intelligently from this sea of data.
1. Statistical Quality Control
Controlling and improving quality has become an important business strategy for many organizations, manufacturers, transportation companies, financial services organizations, health care providers, among others. In this course, modern statistical methods will be used for quality control and improvement.
The emphasis is on SQC because this is the backbone of Quality Management system of any Organization SQC is a widely applicable technique that is very powerful for detecting problems and very quantitative for demonstrating proficiency of analysts and operators.
- Introduction to statistical quality control.
- How to implement and operate valid SQC.
- Identify and correct errors in quality control procedures.
- Authentication of quality control tools.
Who Should Attend?
- Quality Control Managers / representatives.
- Quality Analysts/ auditors.
- SPC Coordinators / Team Members.
- Individuals who want to become Members in Quality department for their company.
2. Introduction to Six Sigma
Leaders and managers of organizations are continually challenged by both the need for success now, and to then sustain that success into the future. There is a constant stream of “new ideas” of how to get and stay at the top. Six Sigma maybe considered as one of these “new ideas” but looking closely will show a significant difference. Six Sigma is a comprehensive and flexible system for achieving, sustaining and maximizing business success.
- Obtain a working understanding of Process Management, Six Sigma.
- Know and apply the basic concepts.
- Demonstrate use of the terminology.
- Comprehend daily work as a process-oriented activity.
- Understand process inputs and outputs.
- Understand process flow and know what determines value add vs. non-value add.
- Understand how the processes you are a part of fit into the larger set of processes needed in delivering value to the customer.
- Perform Process Mapping and characterization.
- Create a detailed Process Map of a process you are personally involved in.
Who Should Attend
Business and IT executives, managers, project managers and team managers who will be involved in Managing the transformation of people.