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DEFINE The reason for Improvement

Posted in Improvement, and Lean Six Sigma

The purpose of the DEFINE of the Six Steps DMAIEC is determining who is considered one of the most important problems. And should be able to explain why the problem is perceived is very important for the improvement. Is the problem in question is important for the service / product, or strongly influence the organization’s strategic. What is the impact if the problem was quickly resolved. How large a gap caused. It is important to consider, because if it feels not too important then the improvement process will be felt perfunctory and not serious.

Six Sigma as a tool and system management

Posted in Lean Six Sigma

In the study of Six Sigma, there are several qualifications that are often referred to as a White Belt, Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt and Master Black Belt. Each has its own level of expertise required, simply getting into the direction of Master Black Belt, of course, requires more skill and experience are more complex.

Six Sigma is not just quality improvement, but it could become an integrated management system that has an impact on various aspects, including the discipline of leadership development. That said, a qualified operator should-he was a white-yellow belt or a belt, a team leader or supervisor ideally a green belt that is capable of organizing improvement team, preferably in a managerial level it is a black belt in charge of organizing the improvement team and set a performance improvement program in the area of responsibility. When we refer to the level of Master Black Belt, this capability must be owned by a business unit head is capable of delivering a large impact on the achievement of change management six sigma performance.