Six Sigma implementation: the methodology
There are several instances where an organization has failed to meet set deadlines and quality expectations. Real-world examples from the Indian city of Bangalore have shown that even companies who have received quality certification fail to live up to client expectations. The major problems faced by these organizations include inadequate project planning, defects that are not detected before the product is handed over to the client, and rework required to fulfill the expectations of the client. An answer to such recurring problems is Six Sigma methodology.
Express Computer reports that the companies based in Bangalore accepted the services of a consultant who provided training on the Six Sigma principles and their implementation. Following such training, the companies were able to enhance their performance and clear the problem areas they faced earlier. These case studies show that Six Sigma delivers several advantages, such as lessening the amount of rework, adhering to preset schedules, and enhancing revenue for the company. There are various means of implementing Six Sigma, but the most popular is the DMAIC method, which can be implemented in various phases. Express Computer reports:
Application of Six Sigma methodology improves the efficiency and effectiveness of the processes resulting in customer satisfaction. Satisfying customers by delivering a better product and services without time and cost overrun contributes to increase in volume of business.