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The Basic Concept of Design For Six Sigma is DMADV or DMADOV

Unlike Six Sigma, the the foundatio of Six Sigma is DMAIC that consists of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control, Design For Six Sigma has its own guidelines in its execution method that is DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design and Verify) or DMADOV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Optimize and Verify). Step of Design For Six Sigma implementation is not universal, such as Six Sigma itself. If Six Sigma DMAIC phases valid and recognized by all companies that use this system, but the stages of DFSS (Design For Six Sigma) each company has its own means and methods. Training companies define DFSS training different from each other according to the needs and conditions of existing products company.

Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Set up Quality with a Focus on Product Design

Planning product that will be made by a company must refer to the concept of lean manufacturing as a whole. Product design is not just a futuristic design and sophisticated, smart but the design to suit customer demand. In addition, the design taking into account the existing processes. A structured and systematic research of the market demand is one key to the success of a company that will launch a new product. However, it should be a concern that the company should deliver a quality product. Design For Six Sigma is a systematic and proactive methods are still prioritizing customer requirements that keep referring to aspects of the development of production processes under control, optimized to obtain a quality product.

Indirect Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) Reached 15-25% of Sales

There is a bigger problem in poor quality, that is a huge cost burden and require special identification to solve it. Because of this problem not tangible. Iceberg below the water surface was more complex and highly detrimental to the company if not managed properly. Among the company’s cost burden is Expediting Costs, Lost of customer loyalty,Long cycle time, engineering change, Late Delivery, Excess Inventory.

Six Sigma Training : Direct Cost of Poor Quality Iceberg

Direct and Indirect Cost of Poor Quality Problems in the company will gradually mounting like an iceberg if it does not get serious treatment. Problem after problem will freeze into a single large company problem. The real problem could be easily identified and can take action quickly, but the iceberg contains more problems that are not visible and have a high finance. As shown in the picture. Ice Mountain is a huge stumbling block, turned out to save the ice did not seem even bigger problems. Real problems, for example. Scraps: do not reject the remaining waste product in accordance with the specifications, by naked eye can be calculated economic value. Not only that raw materials that do not qualify for the production or defects due to poor handling will be turned into scrap to be discarded. Reworks: error procedure, setting errors and error inspection engine will be forced to rework processes that do not fit standard product (rework), but in certain product rework cannot be done. If

Six Sigma Training: Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) Iceberg That Must be Solved

Poor quality is always experienced by almost all companies all the time. Maybe for the new company, realized or not will always get it. They may wonder, whereas the procedure had passed all stages of the process perfectly. But why still the product remains in accordance with the specifications of the expected quality. Manufacturing is a very complex activity that involves thousands of variables that influence it. Starting from the materials from suppliers, storage systems, production processes, delivery and so forth. But for the new company should be gradual. Problem solved one by one seriously and continuously. Kaizen (Improvement continously) should be used as the working culture in the company. Obviously it requires a serious handling and coordination of the management. You look at the image below:

"Six Sigma Has Spread like Wildfire Across the Company" : Jack Welch

One of the rapid development of six sigma led by Jack Welch who is the CEO of General Electric. He’s not half-hearted invest for the development of his company by doing a six sigma project. His hard work has yielded remarkable results. Development initiatives his company a role model for global companies. Projects handled and conducted training has resulted in millions of dollars in profits for his company.