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Six Sigma: Improvement is Always Pursuing perfection

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Every improvement project does not necessarily make a system or product to be perfect. In fact almost impossible to say perfect. Perfection of a product varies greatly and is affected by many things, such as the level of demand for goods that are always changing; always upgrade the production machine with a new type, raw materials different from many suppliers and many more things. However, six sigma project commitments is to always pursue perfection, which means reducing the defect in the process, reducing waste in production and management and make products according to customer demand.

Achieving “Zero defects” or the achievement of the lack of absence of defects and errors in the product requires a great effort involving all stakeholders in the company. To achieve product excellence there are several factors that influence it.

Six Sigma Must be Supported by the Proactive Management

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Each project is associated with quality will be more effective if supported by all parties within the company. The support can be referred to financial support, ideas, support facilities to facilitate the conduct of research.

Director of the company is the most important person who has broad authority and decision-makers of the highest in the company. As the most influential person must be a major icon in Six Sigma projects. Support from the director / head of the company will be a strong motivation to drive Six Sigma projects. All forms of support will facilitate the implementation of the project. Just as Six Sigma was first initiated by Motorola Corporation that was driven by one engineer named Bill Smith got the full support of CEO Bob Galvin.