Design and Analysis of Experiments

Participants will learn the basics of experimentation. The emphasis is the sequential nature of experimentation. The primary purpose of experimentation is to support scientific and engineering inquiry.


Amsterdam Business School Executive Education

About the programme

Good experimentation unfolds over a series of steps. It is rarely a “one shot and you're done” exercise. This course introduces participants to the common phases of experimentation and outlines the experimental strategies typically used with each phase. The capstone project brings all of these elements together.

The course strongly emphasises the proper use of statistical software.  Participants will not do any manual calculations. The purpose of the course is to get participants to be able to plan and to analyse real experiments. During the class the delegates will analyse real data sets using the software.

Key benefits

After this programme you will be able to:

  • run and analyze (fractional) two-level factorial designs;
  • optimise responses via second-order experiments;
  • use statistical software for analyzing results from experimentation.

Participant profile

This course builds on most standard Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training in the design and analysis of experiments. The course assumes exposure to the concepts of two-level full factorial, two-level fractional factorial, and basic second-order response surface experiments.

Admission criteria

Participants should have knowledge of statistics on Lean Six Sigma Black Belt level.

And should bring their own laptop with a free-trial version of the following software:  Minitab, JMP, Design-ExpertParticipants should have knowledge of statistics on Lean Six Sigma Black Belt level.

Fact & Figures

Period: 21-23 June 2017
Class times: Wednesday 21 June 9:00-17:00, Thursday 22 June 9:00-17:00, Friday 23 June 9:00-12:30
Location: Amsterdam Business School
Fee: €1,495
Language: English

ABS Open Programme

Collaboration

This programme is a collaboration between IBIS UvA, Holland Innovative and the Amsterdam Business School.

IBIS UvA is part of the University of Amsterdam and is internationally recognised as a center of expertise in Lean Six Sigma and operations management. The members of the institute are leading authors in international scientific and professional literature. The core strength of IBIS UvA is the interaction between scientific research and more than 20 years of field experience in Lean Six Sigma.

ABS open programme

Holland Innovative is specialised in project support, training and coaching in the field of project management, product & process development and reliability engineering. Their professionals have an average of 20 years’ experience and have built a reputation for quality and success. www.holland-innovative.nl.


Mode
Short-term
Language of instruction
English
Starts in
June

Published by  Economics and Business