Six Sigma is a structured process of business process improvement methodology which has set of tools focused on reducing variation and delivering near defect-free products and services.
The process can be used in a variety of applications, including reducing costs in manufacturing processes, developing new products (Design for Six Sigma), and business process improvement.
Benefits of Six Sigma.
This approach focuses on the aspects of the product or business process that are most critical to the customer. When applied using a systems approach and in conjunction with Lean Manufacturing, there is a synergistic boost to your profitability.
Six Sigma can be used to:
reduce manufacturing costs; thereby increasing profitability
accelerate new product development; adding new revenues and profits
and reduce defects; also increasing profitability
How to implement Six Sigma.
The five step approach used in Six Sigma:
Select the appropriate customer-focused defect or problem. Document the business impact and the project deliverables in the project charter.
Measure and document the current process (process mapping), identify key response variables (cause and effect matrix, failure mode and effects analysis–FMEA), and evaluate the measurement systems and tools (gage R&R). Use a statistical approach to data analysis and measurements.
Identify root causes of defects or sources of variation. Extensive use of statistical analysis is employed (confidence intervals, hypotheses testing, analysis of variance, etc.)
Eliminate the root cause of defects or reduce sources of variation using Design of Experiments (DOE), response surface analysis, and evolutionary operations (EVOP).
After improvements are implemented, institute controls and procedures to sustain the improvements
Today Six-Sigma is delivering business excellence, higher customer satisfaction, and superior profits by dramatically improving every process in an enterprise from financial to operational to production. Six Sigma has become a darling of a wide spectrum of industries, from health care to insurance to telecommunications to software.
Who Should Attend?
Senior Managers, QA / QC Manager, Management Representatives (MR), Safety Manager, Auditors, Project Manager, CSR Managers, HSE Manager, Business analysts, Risk Managers, Senior and Middle level Managers who are passionate about Quality of their organization. Fresh Students who wanted to adopt Quality as career.
There are three levls for Six Sigma certification
- Yellow Belt
- Green Belt
- Black Belt
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