This course provides both the theoretical background and practical skills necessary to effectively apply the Six Sigma methodology in your business. It uses the powerful and proven concepts developed in statistical process control and provides you with the knowledge, tools and guidelines to apply them quickly and effectively within the DMAIC model. The focus is less on theory and more on how to apply these influential tools to conduct projects in your business. Understanding proper data collection methods and using the proper analysis tool from the myriad of possibilities will be emphasized. Data analysis techniques to uncover the root causes for process failure will be investigated, as well as how to implement lasting controls for sustained process improvement success.
Scott Converse is the director of project management and process improvement programs for the Wisconsin School of Business. He has developed courses for and has expertise in the areas of project management, portfolio management, technology project implementation, process improvement, Six Sigma, business statistics, data analysis, and data mining.
Register at the same time for BOTH offerings and enjoy a discount. Discount will
be shown on your registration confirmation invoice received in the postal mail.
The online virtual classroom option is tailored to participants who appreciate peer and instructor interaction and prefer to divide their absorption of information over smaller increments of time.
This course and its participants “meet” online once a week for eight consecutive weeks for two hours each evening.
The online self-paced option is specially designed for participants who prefer to be flexible and fit training into their free time.
This course can be completed at the learner's own pace and convenience.
This option is also fantastic for supervisors looking to get entire teams up to speed on project management practices and procedures.
Wisconsin School of Business
601 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53715