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Using the Systems World to understand and improve the real world.
Design better products and processes by using the systems approach.
Make your organization more effective and efficient by removing waste.
Improve your processes and products by reducing and controlling variation.
Develop your leadership and your team as change agents.

Six Sigma Process

DMAICT for existing products and processes

Six Sigma provides a rigorous methodology for identifying and addressing the causes of variation in a process. That methodology incorporates a series of phases abbreviated to DMAICT, with a prior project selection phase (Recognise):

RECOGNISE: Identify where output variation is hurting the customer 

DEFINE: Form the project team and scope the opportunity

MEASURE: Identify the potential causes of variation in the process and collect data on them

ANALYSE: Evaluate the data to identify the true root causes of variation

IMPROVE: Address those root causes by creating and implementing suitable solutions

CONTROL: Establish the necessary ongoing control actions to sustain the improvement

TRANSFER: Share lessons learnt across the organization to maximise the benefits

Delivering Six Sigma projects requires more than just a methodology. It requires a comprehensive set of best practice process improvement tools and people with the right skills to drive success.

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Suite 13b Davy Court, Castle Mound Way, Central Park,

Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 0UZ.

Phone: 01788 550015