C.SSGB/C.SSYB/C.SSBB is administered by AIBMC (The American Institute for Business Management and Communication); one of the most renowned institutes in business management and communications in the United States. By earning these certifications candidates demonstrate that they have mastered the production and planning management, product management body of knowledge, obtained the skills of inventory management, and committed to AIBMC core values and code of ethics.
C.SSGB®/C.SSYB®/C.SSBB® Certificate Preparation
If you are studying in order to prepare for the certification exam; AIBMC provides candidates with training sessions for many of the exam questions. AIBMC also provide thorough training for the exam modules using its learning system through authorized training providers and prometric centers worldwide.
Once you have passed the certification exam and received your certificate, you will need to stay up to date on developments in production and planning management practices. To prove you have maintained and updated your product management knowledge and skills, AIBMC requires that you recertify every 4 years. (please refer to recertification for more info)
- A passing score on the C.SSGB®/C.SSYB®/C.SSBB® Examination.
- Bachelor Degree in any field and;
- A minimum of two years experience in any related quality, planning, management; Engineering
- A Minimum of 30 hours of product management approved training.
The examination is a 3-hour exam, multiple essay and case study questions. The exam is given in booklet form.
Part I: Getting Acquainted with Six Sigma Basics
Chapter 1: Better Business and Better Performance: Defining Six Sigma
Chapter 2: Linking Quality and Business
Chapter 3: Examining the Principles and Language of Six Sigma
Chapter 4: Organizing for Improvement
Part II: DMAIC: Defining and Measuring
Chapter 5: Identifying and Right-Sizing Projects
Chapter 6: Launching a Project
Chapter 7: Mapping to Identify Possible Factors
Chapter 8: Diagramming to Identify Possible Factors
Chapter 9: Describing Performance with Numbers
Part III: DMAIC: Analyzing
Chapter 10: Depicting and Analyzing Data through Charts and Graphs
Chapter 11: Analyzing for Value
Chapter 12: What’s Normal? Recognizing Normally-Shaped Variation
Chapter 13: Assessing Capability: Comparing the Voices of the Customer and the Process
Chapter 14: Gauging Gauges: Measurement System Analysis (MSA)
Chapter 15: Mining Data and Processes for Insight
Chapter 16: Making Confident Decisions
Part IV: DMAIC: Improving and Controlling
Chapter 17: Forecasting Future Performance
Chapter 18: Designing, Conducting, and Analyzing Experiments (DOE)
Chapter 19: Standardizing on Improvement
Chapter 20: Maintaining Gains through Statistical Process Control
Part V: Looking at the Six Sigma Technology Tool Landscape
Chapter 21: Eyeing Process Characterization and Optimization Technologies
Chapter 22: Tools for Performing Six Sigma Analysis
Chapter 23: Managing Six Sigma
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 24: Ten Top Do's and Don’ts of Six Sigma
Chapter 25: Ten Ways to Gain Synergies with Lean and Six Sigma
Chapter 26: Ten Places to Go for Help
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