The 𝐈𝐈𝐅 Master Black Belt (MBB) certification is a mark of career excellence and is aimed at individuals who have exceptional expertise and knowledge of current industry practice. Master Black Belts have excellent leadership abilities, are innovative, and demonstrate a strong commitment to practice and quality and advancement of improvement. Obtaining IIF MBB is acceptance and recognition from their peers.
Master Black Belt Training by IIF is offered in the classroom, virtual mode, and online as well.
The target audience for the IIF Master Black Belt (MBB) certification are candidates who are or have been employed as an individual or managerial post within their organization or well qualified certified Six Sigma Black Belts who have substantial experience in each of the major topic areas within the portfolio.
The master black belt will require technical proficiency in assessing the project as it must also understand the approach of program management for optimum resource utilization and drive success.
The Master Black Belt as a professional is mostly an enterprise change management leader responsible for the overall management of organization improvement initiatives. The MBB role management incorporates both the change management role and an important driver for organizational lean Six Sigma project initiatives.
He works closely with organization top management to identify value directions and strategy focus and then works with the team to identify action plans to complete the strategy.
Master black belts usually devote 100% of their time to Six Sigma. They mainly focus on Six Sigma project execution, leading and supervision of Black Belts who are working on separate projects.
It is strongly recommended that you hold a valid Six Sigma Black Belt certification through the Institute of Management and Strategy or receive equivalent training or experience from another organization. You should have a solid understanding of the Six Sigma Black Belt Principles before attempting this program.