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Lean Six Sigma

Overview

Lean Six Sigma is a managerial concept combining Lean and Six Sigma that results in the elimination of the seven kinds of wastes / muda (classified as Transportation, Inventory, Motion, Waiting, Overproduction, Over-Processing, and Defects) and provision of goods and service at a rate of 3.4 defects per million opportunities (DPMO). A mnemonic for the wastes is "TIMWOOD".

Lean Six Sigma utilises the DMAIC phases similar to that of Six Sigma. The Lean Six Sigma projects comprise the Lean's waste elimination projects and the Six Sigma projects based on the critical to quality characteristics. The DMAIC toolkit of Lean Six Sigma comprises all the Lean and Six Sigma tools. The training for

Lean Six Sigma is provided through the belt based training system similar to that of Six Sigma. The belt personnel are designated as white belts, yellow belts, green belts, black belts and master black belts, similar to karate.

Table of Content

  1. Lean - An Introduction
  2. Critical Success Factors for Lean
  3. Startup - Getting commitment from Management
  4. Selecting the right Projects
  5. DMAIC Improvement Process
  6. DMAIC Tools
  7. Design for Lean Six Sigma

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