LSSG Green Belt Training. Summary Module. Agenda for LSS Summary Module. DMADV/DFLSS Supplier LSS LSS Implementation Issues Strategic LSS Roadmap The Malcolm Baldrige Award Miscellaneous Topics, Based on Participant Feedback Elevator Speech Sharing. “Quality begins with me.”
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LSSG Green Belt Training
“Quality begins with me.”
No need to choose between improvement and replacement - Six Sigma accommodates both!
“He who stops being better stops being good.” Oliver Cromwell
to insure that the team does not rehash, regress, or fail for other reasons
Responsibility: Quality Council (Steering Team)
Tools: QFD, Benchmarking, FMEA, DOE, Simulation, Optimization, Life-Cycle Planning, Taguchi Loss Functions, and TRIZ
“When organizations are considering making a change, they will consider associated costs, but will not give adequate consideration to the cost of not making the change.”
Source: F. Breyfogle, Implementing Six Sigma, 2003
Don’t Waste Money on Extended Warranties!
Many stores recommend the purchase of extended warranties to go with consumer electronics. They are available for automobiles as well, but they are rarely if ever cost effective. The bathtub curve (a model for failure or hazard rates in reliability engineering,) explains why.
How does this curve suggest the best way to prioritize defect reduction?
This compares to “OFAT” experiments, which take too long and cannot detect interactions!
Source: Design for Six Sigma, Yang and El-Haik, 2003
LSS buy-in: the LSS steering team vs. the management team
Systems Alignment Benchmarking
Company Balanced Scorecard
Measurement, Analysis, and Knowledge Management
A Systems Framework for Performance Excellence
Organizational Profile: Environment, Relationships, and Challenges