Category Archives: Six Sigma

Design for Six Sigma Tools (Part 3)

There are many DFSS tools and from that we will discussed some Popular tools. HOQ Stands for house of quality, and in simple words, it is an extension of the quality function deployment. The HOQ helps the team organize their thinking in a structure way and reach a common consensus on what the prime customer… Read More »

Design for Six Sigma Tools (Part 2)

There are many DFSS tools and from that we will discussed some Popular tools. Needs VS Requirements Requirements: Stated by the customer. May not reflect the true needs. Subject to interpretation related mistakes. These are explicitly stated. Needs: Needs are something that the consumer actually wants. These are implicit requirements and needs to be understood.… Read More »

Design for Six Sigma Tools (Part 1)

There are many DFSS tools and from that we will discussed some Popular tools. Toll Gate Review The project status is reviewed at the end of every phase by the senior management, Six Sigma team, and technical staff. To understand if the project has made adequate progress, and the product or the service is on… Read More »

Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)

What is Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)? Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) approach determines the needs of the customers and business; and drive those needs into the product, process, or service solution. Traditional Six Sigma DMAIC seeks continuous improvement of a process that already exists. DFSS helps in getting things right, the first time. Design… Read More »

Lean – An Overview

Agenda What is Lean History of Lean Principles of Lean Key Benefits of Implementing Lean Why Lean before Six Sigma What is Lean? Lean is a principle of eliminating waste (muda) and reducing non-value added activities. Waste is anything unnecessary for the process. Non-value adding activity is any activity the customer is not willing to… Read More »

Overview of Continuous Improvement

Agenda Continual Improvement Process Continuous versus Continual Improvement Kaizen Continual Improvement Process Continual improvement process or CIP is a steady effort made to improve existing processes, products, or services. Delivery processes are evaluated against efficiency, effectiveness, and flexibility. William Edwards Deming quotes, “CIP is a part of the system, where feedback from the process and… Read More »

Role of Communication and Selection Criteria in Black Belt

Agenda Black Belt Role Summary Black Belt Communication Expectations Black Belt Selection Criteria Black Belt Role Summary A Black Belt’s primary role is to help the Green Belt and Six Sigma teams to deliver successful project. Black Belt needs to handle obstacles and help the team overcome them. Black Belts extract knowledge from the organization’s… Read More »

LSSBB – Organizational Roadblocks

Agenda Traditional Organization versus Customer Driven Organization Types of Organizational Roadblocks Change Resistance Curve Common Resistance Points Overcoming Resistance Points Force Field Analysis Traditional Organization versus Customer Driven Organization Types of Organizational Roadblocks Lean Six Sigma is a fad By who – Expressed by top leadership. When and why – After hearing preliminary things about… Read More »

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

About LSSBB What is Six Sigma? Six Sigma Roles and Responsibilities. About Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Roles and Responsibilities. What is Six Sigma? Six Sigma a business philosophy focusing on continuous improvement. It is a set of tools and strategies for process improvement. It seeks to improve the quality… Read More »

Fish Bone Analysis

Fish Bone Analysis is to find the problem then short it within correct place & time. As to act take a point that is ‘Dirty Spot’. So below is the detail that How to do Fish Bone Analysis. Solving Dirty Spot by Fish Bone Analysis What is Fish bone diagram?? Fish bone diagram is a… Read More »