Date(s) - October 7th, 2020
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Webinar
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October 7, 2020
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
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DFSS, or Design for Six Sigma, is a method that has evolved from a core Six Sigma DMAIC approach to process improvement. Influence and popularity of DFSS has grown due to its ability to integrate with your existing product design processes, from concept to launch of production, focusing on achieving the nexus of flawless production, optimal product performance, and delighted customers at minimal cost. Join us in this session as we demonstrate the practical application of DFSS, utilizing an IDDOV (Identify, Define, Develop, Optimize and Verify) approach, at the Faurecia Clean Mobility technical center in Columbus, Indiana. Our DFSS trainer, Robert Tripp, will host the event as guests from Faurecia will share their experiences, results, and insights from their own DFSS journey.
- DFSS Overview with Robert Tripp
- Faurecia Clean Mobility project experiences and insights
- Interactive Q&A
Cost: Complimentary / No cost – This event is made possible thanks to funding assistance through the MEP National Emergency Assistance Program.
Six Sigma Consultant
Certified Master Black Belt
With over 20 years of focus in the quality management arena, Rob’s breadth and depth of experience combine to enable significant business results in each of his client engagements. He is part of the “original DNA” of Six Sigma, trained and certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt in AlliedSignal’s first wave in 1995. By 1998 he acquired his Master Black Belt certification, at which time he began his consulting career. Since then he has trained, mentored, and certified thousands of Green Belts, Black Belts and Master Black Belts in dozens of companies across several industries around the world. Through these engagements, Rob has assessed organizational readiness, designed and led deployment strategies, developed curricula for various levels of Lean, Six Sigma, and Design for Six Sigma training, and mentored Leaders, Champions and Belts through both organizational and technical aspects of Lean Six Sigma deployments. Rob has published several articles in on-line and print media, and his clients have been recognized for deployment excellence multiple times at industry symposiums. Prior to embarking on his Six Sigma journey, Rob worked for 9 years at AlliedSignal in various finance and operations roles; his last position was plant controller. Rob currently lives in rural Indiana with his family on a small hobby farm; he attended Indiana University, Bloomington, where he earned a bachelor of science in Biochemistry and an MBA in finance.