Created by:   University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Gopesh Anand

    Taught by:    Gopesh Anand, Associate Professor of Business Administration

    Department of Business Administration, College of Business
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Commitment4 weeks of study, 6-8 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 91 ratings

An introductory course to Lean Six Sigma and DMAIC. Fairly well presented by Prof. Anand. A primer in basic statistics would be recommended before commencing with Module 3. To the creators: Some lessons were lengthy and I would suggest max video length to be 20 minutes each. All in all - a very interesting and relevant topic. I would recommend this as a "start here" to anyone who intends pursuing the more comprehensive and rigorous Yellow/Green/Black belt body of knowledge/certification.

Comprehensive. Understandable. Very knowledgeable instructor. Excellent teaching skills.

It's really interesting the approach on this topic, which is very focused on the real aspects of the process improvement and not only a list of techniques.

Good overview of the basic tools that are used in various process improvement processes. I'd prefer to have a multiple course series reviewing this topic rather than a single course but this is still good for what it is.