Six Sigma Black Belt – environnement hybride

Six Sigma Black Belts are full-time professionals whose main responsibility is to be a team leader for Six Sigma projects. Black Belts can complete four to six projects a year. Black Belts are dialed into the details, they have training in the core Six Sigma principles, an understanding of project models DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) and DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify), and a knowledge of lean enterprise. They know the ins and outs of statistical experimental design, and so can identify with confidence reasons for process failures that would otherwise remain hidden.

Responsibilities 
The Black Belt has several important responsibilities. Certified Black Belts are full-time professionals whose main responsibility is to be a team leader for Six Sigma projects. They act as leaders in the quality process. They are strong change advocates who pursue organizational change without upsetting employees. Black Belts ensure their quality improvement projects are connected to business objectives. They spend time staying on top of the organization’s strategy to ensure that the projects they lead increase the company’s competitive advantage and financial performance.