DMADV : DMADV(Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify) is used for projects aimed at creating new product or process designs. Basic Difference Between Lean and Six Sigma Lean Six Sigma Focuses on waste reduction Focuses on defect and variability reduction It lacks quality as compared to Six Sigma It thinks about ultimate quality level Aims to reduce cycle time preferably Aims to improve process capability preferably It works on daily improvement basis It is project based and uses statistical tools Reduces inventory Reduces waiting time IV. SIX SIGMA ROLES Executive Leadership , includes the Chief executive officers and members of top management. They are responsible for building a vision for Six Sigma implementation. Champions, does duties for Six Sigma execution in the company in the coordinated manner. Master Black Belts , selected by champions which operates as in-house coaches on Six Sigma. They dedicate their full time to Six Sigma. They serves champions and trains Black Belts and Green Belts. Black Belts, functions under Master Black Belts to exercise Six Sigma methods. Green Belts, are the employees who take responsibilities of Six Sigma execution along with their job responsibilities, operating under the guidance of Black Belts. Yellow Belts , comprises of most basic concept of Six Sigma methodology.
2071 | P a g e Tools , Techniques and Principles of Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma Lean Production Variabilitv reduction Workplace management DMAIC methodology Pull system (Kanban) Design Of Experiments (DOE) Value Stream Mapping Quality Function Deployment (QFD) Just-in-Time (JIT) Analysis of Means and Variance (ANOM & ANOVA) Production flow balancing Root Cause Analvsis Kaizen Process Mapping Cellular manufacturing Hypothesis tests Waste identification and elimination Robust Design SIPOC process diagram Belt system (MB, BB, GB , YB) Set-up time reduction (SMED) Statistical Process Control (SPC) Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Process Capability Analysis Mistake Proofing (Poka Yoke) Project Management One Piece flow (Takt time) V. PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACHES IN LEAN SIX SIGMA DMAIC Purpose: Its aim is to identify, minimize and quantify sources of variations and then improves and maintains performances with predefined control plans DMAIC Goals - To Achieve customer utmost satisfaction, growth, minimize cost (productivity), and cash (working capital) and maximize productivity. DMAIC Methodology The DMAIC methodology is a five step approach to improve existing processes. The five steps are: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control. 5.1 Define: What is happening at present? Purpose: defining and understanding the requirement of improvement of processes and developing a clear statement of the goal. This is documented in the form of a project charter, which answers following questions: 1. What is the process
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