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Benchmark Six Sigma  
The Science and the Art of  … 
 Training and Mentoring Belts 
Master Black Belt Program 
 Leading and Guiding Projects  
 Planning and Executing Six Sigma Program 
 

 
D E V E L O P M E N T O F M A S T E R B L A C K B E L T S
 
Six Sigma leadership is central to implementation success. Instead of a half hearted unplanned
effort, Six Sigma deployment should be a well thought out strategy. Master Black Belts being
 
teachers, mentors and guides need to know much more than advanced statistical techniques.
This program is designed to help Black Belts graduate to a Master Black Belt role.
 

W H Y   C H O O S E  
M A S T E R B L A C K B E L T R O L E S
B E N C H M A R K   S I X  
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Trainer : Master Black Belts teach the entire organization about methodology, ap-
S I G M A ?    
proach, and correct usage of techniques.
 
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Guide : Green Belts and Black Belts need guidance in their Six Sigma journey. Senior
Management needs inputs on how Six Sigma meets strategic objectives.
 Most experienced and 
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Project leader : MBBs need to lead large or complex projects themselves.
respected trainers and 
consultants 
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Deployment Champions : MBBs help create Six Sigma infrastructure within the com-
pany and provide recommendations for curriculum, certification criteria, belts struc-
 More than 6500 Belts 
ture, integration of Lean & Six Sigma with each other and with other approaches.
trained.  

 Highest recognition and 
M E T H O D O L O G Y
respect across sectors 
Training methodology includes Lectures, Q/A sessions, Small Group Discussions, Review Ses-
 Training and facilitation 
sions, Exercises, Tests, Hands-on practical problems, Case Study, Demonstration, Simulation,
methodology with Multi‐
Role Playing, Teaching Others, Guided Practice with Feedback, Brainstorming, Problem Solving
sensory impact  
and Article Discussions.
 Unique after training 

support through very 
P R E - R E Q U I S I T E S
active web based forum 
This five-day program is meant only for participants with Black Belt Credentials.
and group activities 

 Online project comple‐
C E R T I F I C A T I O N R E Q U I R E M E N T S
tion support and certifi‐
cation at no additional 
Master Black Belt training certificate shall be awarded on completion of first point below while
cost 
MBB certification can be achieved by candidates who provide evidence for all of the following
criteria.
 Trainers have cross‐
1.
Complete the prescribed curriculum and get 70% or more in examination
industry implementation 
2.
Complete 2 Black Belt level six sigma projects (or) Mentor 5 Green Belt / Black Belt
and leadership experi‐
level Six Sigma projects
ence.  
3.
Conduct at least 80 hrs of Six Sigma training.
 Unparalleled Industry 
4.
Attend a structured training on Lean Thinking, Concepts and Tools. (Although it is rec-
networking and recogni‐
ommended that participations go through Lean program before MBB training, it can be
tion. 
undertaken after MBB training as well)



Benchmark Six Sigma Master Black Belt Elements  
1 . O V E R V I E W
D.
Multivariate Analysis - Cluster Analysis and Principal
Component Analysis.
A.
Six Sigma key elements - Six Sigma elements where
Black Belts and Green Belts commonly falter or need
E.
Distribution fitting - Various types of distributions and
help.
applicability to specific situations.
B.
Theory of Constraints, Business Process Re-
F.
Control Charts - Special Charts
engineering

C.
Advanced concepts in Sampling, MSA, Multi-Vari analy- 5 . D F S S T O O L S
sis, RTY calculations.
A. Taguchi
methodology—Static and Dynamic Designs

B.
Quality Function Deployment with exercise
2 . L E A D E R S H I P A N D C H A N G E
C.
TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving)
A.
Change Management Essentials
D.
Practice exercises using TRIZ
B.
How to manage multiple projects

C.
Creating and managing project dashboards.
6 . S I M U L A T I O N T E C H N I Q U E S
D.
Using software for Six Sigma project management.
A.
Selecting the predictors and decision variables

B.
Running and analyzing simulations
3 . T E A C H I N G , F A C I L I T A T I O N S K I L L S
C. Optimization
techniques
A.
Key elements in Facilitation
D.
Using Forecasting Models
B.
Practice sessions on facilitating discussions
E.
Practice exercises using software for Simulation &
Forecasting


4 . A D V A N C E D D M A I C T O O L S
7 . I N T E G R A T I N G L E A N A N D S I X S I G M A
A.
When to change alpha and beta risk values,
B.
Regressions - Logistic Regression, Multiple Regres-
A. Integrating
Lean with Six Sigma
sion—Forward, Backward, Stepwise, Best Subsets,
B.
Integrating Lean Six Sigma with other approaches.
Multi-collinearity, MANOVA

C.
DOE - Response Surface Methodology, Nested De-
8 . A V O I D I N G C O M M O N P I T F A L L S
sign, Mixed Designs
CONTACT US 
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Regional Office - Chennai
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Chennai Citi Centre, Level 6, 10/11,
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Dr.Radhakrishna Salai,
Kolkata- 700064
Bangalore 560001
Chennai - 600 004
Phone: +9193310 04509
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