Six Sigma Champion training gives corporate leaders the skills they need to pave the way for Six Sigma s        success within an organization.

Champions act as change agents by selecting and defining projects, mentoring Black Belts, and ensuring        that Six Sigma remains well-aligned with the company’s strategic goals.

Meaningful Six Sigma change can only come about if Champions are properly prepared to guide and support        Six Sigma practitioners.

Knowing how to fill the project pipeline with viable projects and then driving these projects to produce        ongoing results is the primary role of Champions.


The three-day Champion Program gives business leaders the skills they need to drive financial results using Six Sigma.
The intensive three day course starts with an overview of Six Sigma and the DMAIC
methodology. From there, class participants spend a significant amount of time talking about Six Sigma projects and specifically how to recognize, prioritize, scope and define them.
Special attention is paid to understanding what is, and more importantly, what is not a Six Sigma project.


3 days

Who Should Attend?

Senior Heads looking for an in-depth introduction to the Six Sigma management system and potential Six Sigma leaders

What will the participants get at the end of the program?

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

Understand the Six Sigma methodology
Identify and assign various roles in the Six Sigma community
Select and support Green Belts & Black Belts
Select, scope and define projects
Understand the change elements required to move towards becoming a Six Sigma company
Be able to drive the establishment of supporting organizational infrastructure

Course Requirements

A laptop running Minitab and Microsoft Office

Certification Requirements

No 75% average grade on 4 exams and a final project

Course Methodology

In the classroom, participants are provided with a series of templates and guidelines to aid in meeting their objectives. Additionally, a simulation exercise is used to demonstrate DMAIC tools.
Finally, participants learn what steps are necessary to build a Six Sigma infrastructure. This includes techniques used to engage support functions such as Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology to build the necessary governance for Six Sigma.
The program includes a highly interactive day of hands-on project selection training, conducted in workshop and breakout formats. It also incorporates group and/or one-on-one Q & A session(s). These sessions are ideal for helping potential deployment leaders structure customized alternatives for implementing Six Sigma.

Course Outline

Day One
Six Sigma Overview
Six Sigma Roles and Responsibilities
Establishing Six Sigma Infrastructure
Nature of Projects (Transactional vs. Operational)
Statapult Baseline Study

Day Two
Recognize Phase: Project Selection
Project Prioritization
Define Phase: Project Scoping
Define Phase: Project Definition

Day Three
Project Backlog List Compilation
Project Turnover and Realize Phase
M-A-I-C: Key Concepts & Tools

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