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Six Sigma in Industries


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1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rungta College of Engineering & Technology, Raipur, India
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Lakhmi Chand Institute of Technology, Bilaspur, India
     

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Implementation failure in six sigma concept in supply chain management has been increasing as a concern. The reason for many Six Sigma programmes to fail is due to an implementation model which is not at all user friendly. Using a successful Six Sigma, we have to perform strategic analysis driven by the market and the customer. It is necessary to establish a high-level, cross-functional team to drive the improvement initiative and to identify overall improvement tools. We can perform high-level process mapping and prioritize improvement opportunities and develop a detailed plan for low-level improvement teams, and then to implement, document, and revise as necessary. This is important for both practitioners and academicians for achieving success at the industry level.

Keywords

Document, Implementation, MSOC, Revise, Six Sigma.
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Authors

Ritesh Kumar Dewangan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rungta College of Engineering & Technology, Raipur, India
Manoj Kumar Sahoo
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Lakhmi Chand Institute of Technology, Bilaspur, India
Manas Patnaik
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rungta College of Engineering & Technology, Raipur, India

Abstract


Implementation failure in six sigma concept in supply chain management has been increasing as a concern. The reason for many Six Sigma programmes to fail is due to an implementation model which is not at all user friendly. Using a successful Six Sigma, we have to perform strategic analysis driven by the market and the customer. It is necessary to establish a high-level, cross-functional team to drive the improvement initiative and to identify overall improvement tools. We can perform high-level process mapping and prioritize improvement opportunities and develop a detailed plan for low-level improvement teams, and then to implement, document, and revise as necessary. This is important for both practitioners and academicians for achieving success at the industry level.

Keywords


Document, Implementation, MSOC, Revise, Six Sigma.