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Introduction to Six Sigma Concept. SIX SIGMA. What is Six Sigma?. Brief History of Six Sigma SIX SIGMA. First Developed by Motorola in the mid 1980's, the methodology only became well known after GE's Jack Welch made it a central focus of his business strategy in 1995.

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Introduction to

Six Sigma Concept

SIX SIGMA

What is Six Sigma?

Brief History of Six Sigma

SIX SIGMA

First Developed by Motorola in the mid 1980's, the methodology only became well known after GE's Jack Welch made it a central focus of his business strategy in 1995.

Over several years that followed the initiation of its efforts, Motorola improved quality levels saved a reported \$2.2 billion in the process.

Since 1996 numbers of International Company have grow rapidly from the Six Sigma Culture Change.

Siemens, Seagate, Compaq, Toshiba, AmEx……

What is Six Sigma?
• is the 18th letter of the Greek alphabet
• is the symbol for Standard Deviation
• is the measurement for Variations
What is Six Sigma?

“6 Sigma methodology is a powerful breakthrough management tool that provides businesses with the strategy, tactics and tools to improve their profitability through focusing on improving the sigma capability of their processes.”

Statistically speaking :-“6 Sigma Process is equivalent to Cp=2.0, Cpk=1.5 and PPM=3.4”

(Motorola University)

What is Six Sigma?

Lower

Spec

Upper

Spec

Target

1s

2s

3s

Yield = 99.73% (At 3s)

1.5s shift

Lower

Spec

Upper

Spec

1s

2s

3s

4s

5s

6s

Target

Yield = 99.99966% (At 6s)

Transactional

Processes

Manufacturing

Where can we apply

SIX SIGMA?

Service

Finance

SIX SIGMA

Procurement

Planning

Design

HR

Anywhere !

What is Six Sigma?

The Disciplines of Six Sigma

Six Sigma

Recognize

Define

Measure

Analyze

Improve

Control

Concepts of DMAIC
• Define (What’s important!)
• Identify Opportunity
• Define the Problem Statement
• Define Scope of Project
• Form Project Team
• Measure (How we’re doing)
• Collect Data
• Analyze Current Problem
• Understand the Cause & Effect Relation
• Define Target for Improvement
• Analyze (What’s Wrong?)
• Identify Root Cause
• Propose Possible solutions
• Improve (Fixing What’s Wrong)
• Prioritize Plan
• Test Proposed Solution
• Optimize Proposed Solution
• Implementation of Proposed Actions
• Control (To Guarantee Performance)
• Measure & Monitor Progress
• Maintain Gain
• Acknowledge Team
• Communicate Results
Tools of M-A-I-C

Process Mapping

Fish-Bone Diagram

C&E Matrix

FMEA

Gauge R&R

Capability Study

Measure

Multi-Vari Studies

Correlation

Regression

ANOVA

Hypothesis Testing

Non-Parametric Testing

Analyze

Screening DOE

Design Of Experiments

Response Surface Methodology

Improve

Quality System

SPC

Audits

Control Plans

Control