IE 7610 Case Study and Project Winter 2010

IE 7610 Case Study and Project Winter 2010 - IE 7610...

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IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma Group Assignments 1. Case Study Group Assignment: a) What: Case Study b) Assignment: Use the case study material in this document (do not add or delete any material), breakdown case study into the 5 phases of 6-Sigma Methodology: DMAIC. Clearly identify each phase, then use ONLY material that is relevant to that phase. DO NOT use material in more than one phase, at the end; you should have 5 distinct phases. You can use the lecture notes explaining the DMAIC phases. c) Nature of Assignment: Group Assignment (Group size: 5 people or less) d) Output to turn in: Typed report and ppt presentation 2. Research Six Sigma Group Project: a) What: Research Project b) Assignment: o Conduct a search for a completed 6-Sigma project in an assigned industry (Industrial, Mechanical, Financial, Electrical, Biomedical and Healthcare). Dr Yang will help to assign the industry for each team. o Write a DMAIC project report similar to case study (1) report that you submitted. Clearly identify each phase with its’ own relevant material. o The submitted project report should have the original searched project attached to the report as an appendix. o Present report in class ( 10 minute in-class PowerPoint presentation) c) Nature of Assignment: Group Assignment d) Output to turn in: Both hardcopy and posted electronic copy of a typed WORD report and the in class PowerPoint presentation. e) Due Date: Group member list and topic due on March 8 Tentative Presentation Date: April 28
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IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma Sample Case Study ____________________________________________________ Reduce Cycle Time − A Case Study A power distribution company, catering to the needs of domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural users, was not meeting the county's Electricity Regulatory Commission performance standard regulations for metering and billing. Those standards require the company to provide new power connections within 30 days from the date an application is received. In each case the company was unable to meet the standard, it was required to pay a penalty for the delayed connection. This translated into an annual cost
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