Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Business Project

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متاح الآن إلى 2025-07-06
90.00 ساعة تعليمية
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Apply the systematic Lean Six Sigma method and tools to increase the quality and availability of your products and services and lead your process to sustainable operational excellence.

Within the course program of the TUM Lean Six Sigma Green Belt for employees, you will:

  • Identify, implement, and evaluate an individual Business Project of your organization.
  • Drive along the DMAIC phases, guided by our digital and personal resources.

We will stop at every important Sigma tool, which you will then apply in practice and document in your project storybook. These results will be reviewed at each DMAIC milestone and serve as the basis for individual coaching and your certification.

With our digital and personal guidance, we assist you to …

  • successfully complete your project
  • create benefits for your organization, significantly exceeding our course fee
  • develop the generic competence to identify, implement, and evaluate future projects.

Digital Guidance : Our videos, the related eBook, our software sigmaGuide and the tasks introduce every step of your project.

Personal Guidance - we will accompany your project individually in three different formats:

  • DMAIC Phase Reviews: After each of the 5 DMAIC phases, we will review the results in your project storybook, correct errors, show alternatives, and suggest the next steps.
  • Project Coaching: Coaching takes place at defined points in DEFINE, MEASURE, and ANALYSE to guide your project methodically.
  • Green Belt Lectures: Our online Green Belt lectures reinforce specific topics. Each lecture series consists of 16 one-hour Zoom sessions, held on Tuesdays at 8:00 UTC and 15:00 UTC, here: https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/96975983511 Passcode: 122362. Check it out!

You will additionally acquire the basics of digital Lean competence with our interactive process mining module.

Are you a student or a job seeker ? Implement our __ predefined __Sustainability Project in our alternative Lean Six Sigma certification course – here on edX.


Dr. Reiner Hutwelker
Dr. Reiner Hutwelker

Six Sigma Master Black Belt, formerly Siemens Management Consulting, today consultant, trainer and coach for process improvements by Six Sigma and Lean with more than 25 years of experience in production and service. Senior Lecturer at TU Munich and TUM School of Management (EEC).

Holly Ott
Holly Ott

Holly Ott is a professor of Production Management and IT Systems at the University of Rosenheim Applied Sciences and Management, a senior lecturer at the Technical University of Munich and an adjunct professor at Singapore Management University (Singapore), IE Business School (Madrid) and Syracuse University (New York). She holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Virginia and has worked for twelve years in quality and supply chain management in the USA, Europe and Asia for Siemens, Motorola, IBM and Infineon. Her work has been in the areas of device simulation, electrical and reliability testing, and quality and supply chain management. She holds a International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC) Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (ICGB) and is a member of the American Society for Quality (asq.org). Holly is the program chair for the Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association's Supply Chain Forum and academic director of the TUM Case Centre.

Martin Grunow
Martin Grunow

Martin Grunow is a professor of production and supply chain management at Technische Universität München and an adjunct professor at Technical University Denmark, where he previously held a professorship in Operations Management. Earlier, he worked at Technical University Berlin and in the R&D department of Degussa, a multinational company producing special chemicals. His research interests are in production and logistics management with a focus on the process, electronics and automotive industries. He has coauthored more than 100 publications amongst others in International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, European Journal of Operational Research, CIRP Annals, Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, and OR Spectrum. For the latter two journals, he also acts as an editor. Martin Grunow has been on the program committee and track organizer of more than 30 international conferences and is an associate member of The International Academy of Production Engineering.