Six Sigma “Black Belt” Seminar

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					Six Sigma               “Black Belt” Seminar
                        Innovative solutions
                           Made possible:
                   Win acceptance from Stakeholders
If you are involved in implementing business innovative solution and want to know how you can
convince stakeholders, then here is a seminar that will provide you with practical approaches. The
participants of HKPC’s “Six Sigma Black Belt Workshop” will show case tools and methods that will
provide you with the means to win over any audience who stand in the way of changes that impact
on business performance. The tools and methods that will be presented are:

           1. Quality Function Deployment – Prioritize the opportunities and gain consensus on most important
                areas to change.
           2. Analytic Hierarchy Process – Make decisions breakthroughs in complex situations.
           3. Value Stream Mapping – Identify process constraints that affect the speed of product or service
           4. Measurement System Analysis – Can you trust your data?
           5. Capability Analysis – Is the process performance stable, consistent and centred on targets.
           6. Relentless Root Cause Analysis and Failure Mode Effect Analysis – Confirm high risk root
                causes that need to be overcome.
           7. Validation of Root Causes – Confirm the hypothesis for solution development.
           8. I    AM       WISE – Creative approach to finding innovative solutions.
           9. Design of Experiments – Optimize the performance of innovative solutions.
           10. Mistake proofing – Launch innovative solutions that can be sustained.

In one power pact afternoon, we will involve you in an interactive session to show how the tools and
methods can be used effectively. We will also let you participate in activities so that you leave with
‘take-ways’ that can be used immediately.

Organized By:                     Supported By:
Facilitator : Dr. John Man PhD (Quality Mgt), MA (Edu), MBA (HR&Change Mgt), BA (Ind. Psy.), BA (Pol, Hist & Soc)

                       Dr. Man has over 20 years of experience in quality and related fields. He is a Six Sigma
                       Master Black Belts o both the Juran Institute and the American Society of Quality. He has
                       conducted a series of Six Sigma training programmes in both Hong Kong and Mainland
                       China, including Awareness (4 rounds), Green Belt (12 rounds), Black Belt (12 rounds) and
                       Six Sigma Deployment (12 rounds). More than 1000 people have been trained by Dr. John
                       Man. He has been a devoted Six Sigma Project Mentor for over 250 Green Belt projects and
                       over 100 Black Belt projects.

                 Date: 2 Oct 2010 (Sat)
                 Time: 13:30 – 16:30
                 Venue: 1/F, HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon
                 Language: English
                 Enquiries: 2788 5802 (Ms Yeung)

For reservation, please fax the completed form to 2788 5350. E-mail:

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    (or is announced by the Hong Kong Observatory to be hoisted at/after) 6:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. respectively. Participants will be
    notified when the class will be made up as soon as possible.

 Sender: Hong Kong Productivity Council, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Tel: (852) 2788-5802.
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