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Graphic Analysis and Six Sigma Tools

Easy to Present Research Result In research, data search, data processing and deduction will be more easily understood if set forth in graphical form. Broadly speaking we can know, conditions, problems that occur and the possibility of settlement roads. From the graph we can know the way researchers thought, about what is researched, how the methods used and HSIL will eventually like. The use of graphs in research should be undertaken as a visualization of data in the form of sequence of numbers to the layman would be difficult to translate. To present a research result, it’s easier to communicate data with the drawings. Use the chart should be made as simple as possible so that no layman can understand and describe the actual condition.

What is the Six Sigma Green Belt?

Six Sigma is a data-driven methodology that seeks to improve business processes to deliver high-quality products or services. The goal is to recognize and then eliminate defects from business processes, such as manufacturing. Six Sigma uses many quality management programs, such as statistical analysis, to carry out the process. The Six Sigma process is defined sequentially and closely followed. Six Sigma certifications include Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt and Master Black Belt. This article will discuss a little about the green belt. The belt certification criteria vary from one organization to another. For example, an organization may only need to pass the exam for a Green Belt certificate, while other organizations may require work experience as well. Green belts are operators working on Six Sigma projects while doing their work. The first level finishes when someone completes two weeks of training and passes the qualifying exam. This level is called the Green Belt that teach

Build Knowledge and Understanding of Lean Sigma Enterprise System

Training materials provided to all member companies must be able to build a culture, knowledge and a thorough understanding of six sigma. And for the delivery of materials and trainer who is experienced trainer should not only of theories in the book but the experience in six sigma enterprise system in practice and indeed had been a six sigma project executor. Thus the participants really feel the atmosphere is exciting and real improvement. Training materials should be interesting and fun, involving all participants contributed to the improvement of the company. Participants were taken to be subject to improvement. And motivate a continuous basis and always provide an understanding that it’s a nice improvement, and someone must have given pride to the improvement.

Understanding of certification and six sigma training

Certification is the examination process to determine whether an object has met the standards set or not, meaning that if there are objects that do not pass the certification process, then it can be interpreted that the object does not meet the standards. Six Sigma certification is evidence of the competence of a change agent in improvement programs such as Six Sigma or Lean Six Sigma. This Six Sigma certification has different standards between one certification provider and another or from 1 consulting firm to other consulting firm. Internal certifications can also vary between companies. One of the largest providers of Six Sigma certification services in the world is the American Society for Quality or ASQ. The requirements of ASQ generally are that candidates must have 1 DMAIC project completed and must pass a written exam. Six sigma certification – either green belt or black belt – is the acknowledgment of an individual over the basic competencies held in performing remedial activ

Six Steps DMAIEC Process Improvement

DEFINE • Launch The Project • Define Outcomes • Identify Stakeholders • Select Team • Determine Proj ect Approach • Create Project Plan MEASURE • Define The Current Process • Address “Low-Hanging Fruit” • Obtain CustomerCTQ’s • Gather Initial Metrics • Determine Current “Sigma” • Stratify Data • Determine Initial Value Proposition ANALYZE • Develop Cause & Effect Hypotheses • Gather Causal Data • Determine & Validate Root Causes (X’s) IDENTIFY • Identify Breakthroughs • Select Practical Approaches • Design Future State • Predict New “Sigma” • Perform C/B & Risk Analysis

CAP-DO Cycle (Improvement Method for Existing Manufacturing)

CAP-DO Cycle • START: Check to see how the product or service is performing • Study to learn important production process variables • Develop a way to revise the important production process variables • Revise the work plan, train & educate the workers on the new Plan • Do the work, collect data on the product/service/ production process

Total Quality Management : Deming’s 14 points *

1. Create purpose towards improvement of product and services in the long run. 2. Shoddy materials,poor workmanship, defective products and lax service must become unacceptable. 3. Cease dependence on mass inspection. Instead, process must be improved. 4. Buy material only if the supplier has a quality process rather than on the basis of price alone. 5. Waste must be reduced and quality improvement in every activity (Procurement, engineering, maintenance, sales, distribution, accounting, payroll, customer service and manufacturing)

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.