Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Program Days:

Live Online
April 17, 19, 22, 24, 26, 29, 2024
May 3, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 2024
1:30 PM to 5:00 PM

May 24, 2023
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

(GMT+08) on all dates

Certification of Training will be awarded subject to compliance with the attendance requirement
Completion of a Green Belt project will be awarded a Green Belt Certification 

PHP 75,990.00 or USD 1,382.00*
*The prevailing exchange rate at the date of payment may apply.


Program Overview

Today’s volatile world is ever challenging, with resource scarcity and volatile environment brought about by the pandemic, intense competition, and rapidly changing customer, business, and employee behaviors. To survive and navigate through this terrain, a company must rely on the capabilities and skills of its talent pool to solve profitability, growth and cost issues and problems.

The 68-hour AIM Certification Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (AIM-CLSSGB) is an enhanced version of the traditional Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB). In addition to the core LSSGB knowledge, this program integrates project management and makes use of AIM’s Case Study method to help develop the participants’ critical, creative, and systems thinking towards process improvement initiatives in their organizations.

Program Objectives
  • Develop candidates to become effective business problem solvers and project leaders.
  • Level up the capability by learning various concepts, tools, and techniques to execute simple to complex projects.
  • Expose candidates to different best practices of LSS in other companies through case studies.
What You Will Learn

The LSS Green Belt as a change agent and project manager

  • Stakeholder and change management
  • Basic project management

Define Phase (Problem Identification)

  • Project Selection and Prioritization
  • Build Project Charter
  • Voice of the Customer and Critical to Quality and KANO Model
  • High-level Process Mapping (i.e., SIPOC)
  • Exercises and Application

Measure Phase (Problem Baselining)

  • Process Performance Analysis (i.e., Value Stream Mapping, The Lean Thinking Principles, GEMBA Walk, The 8 process wastes)
  • Baseline Data Analysis (i.e., Operational definition in data collection, the concept of sampling, descriptive statistics, graphical analysis)
  • Measurement System Analysis (MSA) or Gage Repeatability & Reproducibility (Gage R&R)
  • Process Capability
  • Exercises and Application

Analyze Phase (Investigate Root Causes)

  • Conceptual analysis (i.e., Cause and Effect, 5 Whys)
  • Exploratory Data Analysis (i.e., Correlation, Simple Linear Regression, Multi-vari Chart)
  • Hypothesis Test (i.e., Continuous and Discrete Data)
  • Non-parametric Test: (1-sample Sign, Wilcoxon, Mann-Whitney, Moods-median, Kruskall Wallis)
  • Exercises and Application

Improve Phase (Solutions Generation and Implementation)

  • Brainstorming, 6 Thinking Hats
  • SCAMPER Technique
  • Design of Experiment (i.e., Fractional and Full Factorial)
  • Kaizen Event – A3 report model
  • Mistake Proofing or Poka-Yoke
  • 5S Workplace implementation
  • Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED) or Quick Changeover
  • Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (PFMEA)
  • To-be or future state Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
  • Pilot Study

Control Phase (Sustain results)

  • Control Charts (i.e., variable and attribute data)
  • Process Management Chart
  • Project Benefits Guideline
  • Visual Management
  • Standard Work
  • Process Documentation and Control
  • Exercises and Application

Case Studies

  • These are Harvard Business Case studies of various industries like manufacturing, hospital services, retail, logistics, etc., to reflect and develop insights from successful Lean Six Sigma implementation dynamics.
  • While AIM Lean Six Sigma Green Belt stands above similar Green Belt training, we make sure to leverage AIM’s core competency, which is critical, creative, and systemic thinking. It is for the same reason that we are incorporating not just the typical tactical and operational problem-solving using Lean Six Sigma but as well as the strategic side of it through the use of actual case studies from various industries to reflect and develop insights from the dynamics of successful Lean Six Sigma implementation.
  • AIM has used case studies in its Lean Six Sigma program like Lean Six Sigma for Business Leaders, Green Belt Certification Training, and Black Belt Certification Training.

The AIM-CLSSGB of 68 hours (i.e., 17 half-day sessions) will be facilitated by 2-3 MBB instructors who bring their combined 50 years of solid experiences from various industries and organizations to the table.

Key Benefits
  • Candidates will have already started an approved project following the Lean Six Sigma approach.
  • Candidates will be able to demonstrate, using the Green Belt project storyboard, the outputs of each of the DMAIC phases (as in the above topics)
  • During coaching and project defense, candidates can demonstrate their critical, creative, and system thinking and their stakeholder and change management capabilities.
  • It is expected that a GB project must be finished within six (6) months and will then be awarded a Green Belt certification.
Who Should Attend
  • Mid-level managers and up
  • Anyone who wants to increase their capabilities in the areas of continuous improvement and process improvement.
  • Anyone who works in any organization and industry where problem-solving and ad-hoc projects are part of life.
  • An entrepreneur who wants to improve his problem-solving skills and techniques.
  • At least a college graduate
  • A lower Lean Six Sigma certificate like Yellow Belt is not a requirement