6 Sigma is a methodology for statistical analysis of data created in the 1980s by Motorola. 6 Sigma is a suite of statistical tools used to reduce process variation. Historical In the 1970s, a Japanese company took over an American Motorola plant that was producing...
6 Sigma is a methodology for statistical analysis of data created in the 1980s by Motorola. 6 Sigma is a suite of statistical tools used to reduce process variation. Introduction From the launch of the 6 Sigma project, the first step is to define and structure the...
The DMAIC methodology is the road map of a 6 Sigma project. It provides a simple and structured approach in 5 steps to solve problems. Introduction The DMAIC methodology proposes 5 steps to solve problems whose causes are not yet identified. It is based on 4...
The DMADV is the road map of tools that meets the expectations of the methodology DFSS. Introduction DMADV is the acronym for Define, Measure, Analysis, Design and Verify (or Validate)1,2,3. This is the equilavent of the DMAIC but adapted to the topic of product...
The DFSS (Design for Six Sigma) is based on the principles of 6 sigma to set up a customer-centric process from product design. Introduction The DFSS, design for Six Sigma is the pendant of the 6 sigma for design. It focuses on the process of designing new...
The 6 Sigma has many performance indicators to judge the ability of the company to generate quality. Introduction The 6 Sigma is a methodology based on the amount of defect our processes generate, and uses statistical tools to calculate our performance level. 6 Sigma...