Basic Statistics for Lean Six Sigma

Course Number: MGT X473.5


3 units

The primary function of Lean Six Sigma is to reduce and remove waste in processes and systems.  A critical aspect of waste reduction is the use of statistical methods and tools to identify key areas where waste reduction is required. This course provides you with the ability to develop ideas for making decisions based on data versus opinions. It simplifies and explains the basic Lean Six Sigma statistical methods and tools needed to develop and navigate in a Lean Six Sigma environment.

  • No statistical software is required. 
  • All calculations are made with Excel.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 18


Starting Apr 18

Course Fees

$520 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 12
$570 after Apr 12


Linda McKean [ bio ]

close [x] Linda McKean, M.A., Management, Consultant, has worked in the Project Manager capacity since 1997, leading large projects with significant impact on the financial status of the organization. She has led projects for Rolenn Manufacturing, and was a Corporate Technical Trainer for Bourns, Inc., presenting Project Management trainings in Asia, Mexico, Malaysia, China and Brazil. Ms. McKean is also a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, and a Six Sigma Black Belt.


Wed 6:00 pm-9:30 pm
Apr 18 - Jun 6, 2018

8 Meetings


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"Statistics for Six Sigma Made Easy"
Warren Brusse
ISBN: 9780071797535


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