Green Belt

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How to Become a Six Sigma Green Belt

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Six Sigma is a statistical approach used in business to achieve quality improvement. Its main aim is to completely rid a company of variation within products or services. In order for a company to complete a six sigma project, an organization should collect data regarding the processes that take place and then make changes to reduce or eliminate the variation in them. Green belt certification is considered the first level of certification and it is awarded to individuals that complete the training and sit for testing.

Six Sigma Green Belt - What Is It?

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In just the last few years, along with the downturn economy, more and more business industries have not only discovered, but have taken full advantage of what is known as Six Sigma training methods. A trained professional in this strategy, also known as a ‘belt’, is fully skilled in these procedures at a certain level and works within a business to carry out certain tasks.

Information about the Six Sigma Green Belt

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The business method Six Sigma is an improvement process that was expertly developed by the Motorola Company. It is a highly adaptable method and can be used in nearly any industry that chooses to take advantage of it. Six Sigma is an approach that tries to focus on things like increasing the satisfaction of customers, reducing errors, and continuous improvement. Because the method is based on different levels of expertise, such as the Green Belt and Yellow belt, it often invokes the image of the martial arts.

What Six Sigma Green Belt Training Is

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Six Sigma is a business management program that helps companies recover from financial and organizational losses by pinpointing defects and rectifying them.  In order to accurately implement the business management program, there are individuals ranked at certain levels of Six Sigma Certification.  One of these levels is the Green Belt or SSGB. An SSGB works under a Black Belt. This team of certified individuals is able to implement this methodology, collect vital data and effect positive change in a company.

An Overview of the Six Sigma Green Belt

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Many companies are now realizing the benefits of incorporating Six Sigma Green Belt training for their employees. Various color level ‘belts’ are trained individuals who are certified in Six Sigma methodology and procedures.

The Colors of Six Sigma: The Green Belt

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Six Sigma is a model that is used by many companies today when they have a quality issue. Many business owners cannot see what is going wrong with their company and need a neutral view to be able to change, improve, and progress.

How to Qualify as a Six Sigma Green Belt

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There are many quality websites that can help any business individual qualify to become a Green Belt Six Sigma professional. It is beneficial to both yourself and the company that you work for if you understand how to use Six Sigma methods.

The Colors of Six Sigma: The Black Belt

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Six Sigma uses a Belt tier system that helps organize the trained and certified professionals that work within their methods. The three levels of this tier system are Black, Green, Yellow, and white.

Understanding the Role of the Six Sigma Green Belt

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Using and understanding the Six Sigma methods is easy if you think of it as a ladder system.  The lower rungs are there to support the top rungs, just as the lower belts support the higher. 

Six Sigma Belt Facts and Information for Employee Satisfaction

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There are three main levels of study, or ‘Belts’ within the Six Sigma business management and quality theory.  These trained and certified professionals work together within this hierarchy to raise quality levels and decrease expense within organizations or corporations.