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Analysis of Productivity Improvement and Safety Measures by Using Six-Sigma Technique


Sandip K. Tikale , KDKCE; Pankaj R. Gajbhiye, KDKCE; Bhupesh D. Sarode, KDKCE; Rahul D. Borghare, KDKCE; Gaurao G. Hedaoo, KDKCE


Quality, defects reduction, DMAIC, design for six-sigma


In this paper an analysis is made of the relation between the general and specific topics of management and the six-sigma approach. a typical process of quality improvement has six phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control and Technology Transfer. DMAIC (T) is a well-known and highly utilized process for design for six-sigma. Product design is a process of creating new product by an organization or business entity for its customer. Six-sigma utilizes quality tools in the design process in order to avoid future problem in the product. The six-sigma methodology was applied through the implementation of DMAIC. The analysis of the problem an identification of areas for improvement was carried out developing different tools. Six-sigma provides an effective mechanism to focus on customer requirements through improvement of process quality. Six-sigma projects are being carried out with the objective of improving on time delivery, product quality and in-process quality. Six-sigma must after how people actually behave at work and, to this end, various behavioral and work process are key to achieving these aspirations. Implications are discussed with regard to performance management processes in organizations.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I2648
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2015
Page(s): 1187-1189

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