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introduction of sixsigma

introduction of sixsigma

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Published by Ravi Kash Gupta
introduction of six sigma
introduction of six sigma

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Published by: Ravi Kash Gupta on Feb 29, 2012
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What is Six sigmaWhy you need Six sigmaWhere you can improve by using Six sigma.Which results you can expect by implementing six sigmaHow to impliment Six sigmaProcess Flow of Implimentation
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Six Sigma is a process based methodology for pursuing continuous improvement.Companies use this methodology to reduce defects in their processes.
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Six Sigma today is used across a wide range of industries like banking, businessprocess outsourcing, telecommunications, insurance, construction, healthcare,and software. Many global companies like General Electric, Motorola, AlliedSignal, Honeywell, Honda, Sony, Cannon, Polaroid, Texas Instruments andWhirlpool are using the Six Sigma methodology.
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Companies measure their performance by the sigma level of their businessprocesses. Initially, companies accepted three or four performance levels as thestandard. These processes created 6210 to 66,800 defects /per millionopportunities. The sigma level of 3.4 defects per million opportunities is areaction to increasing customer expectation and the fact that business processesand products are becoming increasingly complex and competitive.
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The primary aim of Six Sigma is to focus on the customer first and then use factsand data based on customer requirements to get better results or improve theprocess. Thorough understanding of the process and the product drives thebusiness and fulfils customers’ expectations.
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