How Lean Six Sigma Practitioners Think?

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English, Filipino ∙ Self-paced (1 hr 33 mins)

About the Course

Lean Six Sigma is actually from two bodies of knowledge or two approaches that were combined. It is the combination of Lean which means eliminating waste and Six Sigma which means reducing variation, and now it is called Lean Six Sigma which means improvements and optimization. It is an approach that is being used by actual people. 

There are 4 functional levels of Lean Six Sigma practitioners. The lower level is the Yellow Belt. Next is the Green Belt. Next is the Black Belt. Lastly is the Master Black Belt.

Companies like Samsung, Apple, Ford, and many more are using Lean Six Sigma as an approach to address their process improvements and cost reduction initiatives for their organization. 

This course will help you have the knowledge on how Lean Six Sigma Practitioners think. You’ll learn about how we depict a concept variation and how you address it. 

Course Objective

  • To learn more about Lean Six Sigma and its five key concepts
  • To determine the concept of variation and how we address it. 
  • To know how to think as a Lean Six Sigma Practitioners

Course Outline

  • Lean Six Sigma 
  • Introduction of Lean Six Sigma
    • Users of Lean Six Sigma
    • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Five Key Concepts on How Lean Six Sigma Practitioners Think?
    • Customer Focus
    • Process Understanding
    • Data Driven Decision Making
    • People Dynamics
    • Structured and Systematic Way of Thinking

Target Participants

All interested individuals who want to take or learn more about Lean Six Sigma and its key operating principles.

Certificate Requirements

  • Completion of recorded webinar + quiz
  • Pass the 10 item multiple choice with 80% mark
  • Comment your feedback to the main page of the course


Felix Veroya, PIE, MBB, CSM, CHBA, DHum

Felix has a total of ten (10) years working experience in helping individuals and organizations to build and utilized competencies in Continuous Improvement, Innovation and Analytics across the fields of Academics, Logistics, Supply/Chain, Manufacturing, Training and Consulting for SMEs up to multinational corporations. He has proven skills relating to business administration, people management, research, statistical analysis, workshop facilitation and consulting. He was able to complete and coach projects utilizing proven tools and methodologies such as DMAIC (Six Sigma), SCORE (Lean), Design Thinking (Innovation) and self-initiated improvement frameworks on OEE/Capacity Improvement, Preventive Maintenance Time Reduction, Mistake Proofing, Quick Engineering Solutions, Idea Management, etc. He also published an international book entitled Introduction to Statistical Process Control: A Problem Solving Process Approach (ISBN: 978-87-403-1849-4) under Bookboon Ltd. Under a Denmark based e-book publisher and a local book entitled Creativity Tools: Develop Creative Solutions to Problems and Opportunities (ISBN: 978-621-8114-38-8). He is a Certified Industrial Engineer, an Associate ASEAN Engineer, a Certified Lean/Kaizen Facilitator, a Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and a Certified Design Sprint Master. Felix also leads international initiatives to the Philippines as Chairman of the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP) and National President / Country Manager for Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME). He has been elected as a Board Director of the Lean (Operational Excellence) Division of the Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers (IISE). With all the initiatives he designed and deployed to the Industrial Engineering community here in the Philippines, he has been conferred with an Honorary Doctoral Degree (Honoris Causa) by the Asian Seminary Leadership and University of Oklahoma.

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100 Reviews on “How Lean Six Sigma Practitioners Think?

  1. I highly recommend this not just to students of Industrial Engineering , but to other programs as well that are related to working on industries.

  2. I have learned so much for this discussion. This is a very interesting topic. I’d like to hear more soon. Thank you and more power.

  3. We already tackled about Lean Six Sigma but it is really thorough that’s why I’m so glad to know about something that our professor barely thought us. Thanks!!