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  • #48048

    narayanan
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    Can some body tell me, what is the difference between a green belt project and a black belt project.
    Also can i get any material/site related to the various belts in six sigma and the description of each the belts. ( Like green belt, black belt, master black belt and champion)

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    #160815

    Ameer Costarica
    Participant

    *BB project  will  save $75.000 to $125.000
    **GB project  will  save $50.000
    ***BB Project may  use advanced  statistics ,such  as DEO & ANOVA,etc (plus the 7 quality  tools  & SPC)
    ****GB Project may  use  the  problem-solving tools  plus  the  basic  statistical tools.
    *****BB’s are responsible  for the BB projects & GB’s are  responsible  for  the  GB’s  projects
    Good Luck 

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    #160816

    Mikel
    Member

    Please pay  some  efforts  to perform  your  homework.This  Forum is  foe  people  who  want to  exchange  knowledge,not  for  “spoon-fed” persons  like  you.
     

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    #160817

    Mikel
    Member

    I’ve seen BB projects worth 8 million that only use process observation and capability studies. I’ve seen GB projects worth over a million. What differentiates GB and BB is the training only.

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    #160818

    narayanan
    Member

    Is that rule stated anywhere in this forum???????

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    #160819

    Real Stan
    Participant

    You are not Stan, I am.

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    #160825

    accrington
    Participant

    This person is not Stan. This person goes under many names. When he/she called him/ herself Marlon Brando/ All Thingss Idiot, he/ she used to post his/ her homework on this site and ask the forum to do it for him/ her. Currently calls him/ herself Lila Stanley, when not impersonating other forum members. Posts from this person can often be recognised by the eccentric spelling, punctuation and syntax, and the breathtaking ignorance displayed in some of the ‘advice’ given by said person.

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    #160833

    Mikel
    Member

    Accrington
    Well  said
    Congratulation

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    #160834

    fake accrington alert
    Participant

    I  think  you  are  wasting time and  efforts.
    Who  cares?It  looks  as  if  you  have  personal  troubles  with  this  ATI…..
    Please forget  this  silly MB and  pay  attention to important topics . 

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    #160835

    Chad Taylor
    Participant

    Sathya
    There are several interpretations of GB & BB, but it really is training and experience that is the real difference. Green belts will often have projects that require a black belt or master black belt supervision or champion. There really is no set monitary limit to projects for either GB or BB. However, I have worked in environments that require certain project milestones be reached both in project numbers and project dollars, before an invidual can be considered for black belt level training. Experience, in my opinion, is more important than the title. Knowing how to run a project and selecting the correct tools to find the solution, outways the actual title of the belt. My view of master black belt is a person that is somewhat like a department manager. This person has completed multiple projects, can lead projects to completion, can create financial budgets to pursue projects, and be a REAL leader to the black belts and green belts.
    My 2 lincolns worth
    Chad Taylor

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    #160850

    Brent
    Participant

    I have to disagree with a lot of folks….
    I think a MBB is somebody who can walk in to a C-level (or VP, or GM) persons office, shut the door and have a talk about serious issues with some credability.  A 27 year old engineer with a few years of work experience and then a few years as a Black Belt doesn’t cut it in my view.
    For my organization, we have BB-Candidates, BB’s, Senior BB’s and BB Managers that take you up the Black Belt Chain.
    Our Green Belts all take the class & must do a projecut under the supervision of a Black Belt (and then they do another project each year to maintain their belt).

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    #160862

    Real Stan
    Participant

    Marlon, use one of your other 25 names, not mine.

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