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We're getting tremendous payback because of Lean Six Sigma.
Six Sigma techniques identify and eliminate variability, increase accuracy and precision, and demand decisions drive by data rather than guesswork and intuition.
Motorola executives soon turned their attention toward quality improvement and, in 1986, launched its Six Sigma Quality program, a highly successful method of improving products and services.
Six Sigma projects need to be tied to high-level goals and objectives of the organization.
Six Sigma companies such as GE (US$2 billion annually), Texas Instruments (US$600 million), Johnson & Johnson (US$500 million) and Honeywell (US$1.
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Six Sigma is a measurement that enables us to know how effective we are in eliminating defects and variations from our processes, products, and services.
industry has employed Six Sigma, a process to objectively measure and correct operational problems that practitioners identify.
Robert Brooks of Value Innovation Partners, a noted Six Sigma expert, addressed the group's February 26 meeting, "Reducing Waste and Maximizing Efficiency Using Lean Six Sigma.
In the mid-1980s, Motorola invented a powerful tool called Six Sigma(r) to improve its internal manufacturing process - and in doing so created a mechanism that has helped organizations around the world become more efficient, more profitable and more responsive to their customers.