Definition of Six Sigma
Six Sigma is a method of process optimization and regularly identifies the greatest savings potential to be realized by appropriate teams using problem-solving techniques. Rapid, measurable improvement in the form of financial savings is the goal.
The best known approach is Six Sigma or Lean Six Sigma. Lean Six Sigma adds Six-Sigma methodology to lean management tools. Specially trained employees implement financially measurable improvement projects using problem-solving techniques. The application of Six Sigma is not limited to the optimization of manufacturing processes, but to all areas of the company, including logistics and administrative processes.
Process optimization with the DMAIC process
The systematic optimization of processes with Six Sigma or Lean Six Sigma follows the DMAIC process. DMAIC stands for Define - Measure - Analysis - Improve - Control and is the core process of the Six Sigma quality management approach and is used to systematically improve processes to maintain a given 6 Sigma performance level. In the individual phases of the DMAIC process, tools of quality management and statistics are systematically applied.
Six Sigma Training
Our Six Sigma trainings are accredited trainings, which you complete with certificate. We support your company not only in finding the right Six Sigma approach but also to successfully implement practical projects. Through our cooperation with the accredited certification body SystemCert, we also offer you international recognition with our Six Sigma training (Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt, Master Black Belt). These training courses are further available in the specialization levels Lean Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma DfSS and Lean Administration. In the respective training, the participants learn practical exercises to use the tools in the DMAIC process. The implementation of a practical project guarantees demonstrable financial savings at the end of the training.