The Six Sigma project verification service is designed for experienced Six Sigma practitioners who have already completed a project and need to get the project verified. Having your project work verified is a great way to validate your contributions to a project. Validated projects show employers that you have hands-on experience within a Six Sigma team.
Why is this service offered? If you’ve worked on a Six Sigma project through a previous employer or as a consultant, you may not be able to get a project validated through that prior company. You may have lost contact with the projects Black belt or Champion, or perhaps the company has moved or gone out of business. The project verification service offered through the Management and Strategy Institute may be the perfect option for you to have your project validated.
The verification process is simple and straightforward. Once you’ve registered you’ll follow the instructions and provide the required information for our team to verify your project. The project verification generally take 5 to 7 days depending on the complexity of the project. Once the project has been validated, you’ll receive a professional transcript showing the key factors of the Six Sigma project.
To register, you must have actively participated in a Six Sigma project as either a Six Sigma Black Belt or Master Black Belt. If you have lead a small project as a Green belt, this is also acceptable. The project should show that it achieved a successful benefit for the business (financial savings, material costs, process time reduction, etc). This must have been a real-world project, not a simulation or training course.
Once you’ve registered you will be given step-by-step instructions on what needs to be provided. You will need to provide information on key aspects of the project. This information includes project title, dates, description, and activities completed at each stage of the DMAIC.
We require the name & contact information of two people who have worked on the project with you. Generally we are able to complete the project verification process without contacting members of the Six Sigma project you worked on, however we may contact them if we need to verify specific information.
Any real-world project can be submitted for verification. Simulated (practice) projects do not qualify.
You will receive a professional transcript which details general information about the project verification.