Design Of Experiments (DOE) For Six Sigma Green Belt
DOE training that is Practical and relevant
are the most basic experimental designs. The classical approach is based on the pioneering work of Sir Ronald Fisher, who applied design of experiment techniques to the field of agriculture as early as the 1930s. Full and Fractional Factorial designs are part of “classical” design of experiments.
In Design of Experiments
the inputs to a process are intentionally changed in order to observe the corresponding changes in the outputs. Thus, a design of experiment (DOE) is a scientific approach which allows the researcher to better understand a process and to determine how the inputs affect the results or outputs.
This is a seminar on the practical application of DOE for Six Sigma Green Belt to improve quality and reduce costs emphasizing process improvement.
Who should attend this training?
Managers, supervisors, engineers, production workers and especially, teams of individuals seeking to improve their processes or solve a particularly difficult problem. This class is required for those taking the Six Sigma Green Belt series certificate. (Save 20% if you register for the certificate. Call 952.358.8343 to gain discount.)
On completion of this training
You will be able to put this practical skill to work immediately by:
- Understanding basic experimental techniques, running and analyzing experiments at a Six sigma Green Belt level
- Applying experimental techniques to a work related problem
- Presenting results and conclusions effectively
- Overview of Experimental Skills
- Planning a DOE
- 2 X 2 Matrix (22)
- Full Factorial
- Fractional Factorial
Up to 24 persons may participate. It includes a certificate of completion and requires eight hours of class time. All materials are provided.