IJRME – Volume 2 Issue 1 Paper 5


Author’s Name :  Dr. Prabhakar Kaushik

Volume 02 Issue 01  Year 2015  ISSN No:  2349-3860  Page no: 14-16



Six Sigma Methodology is a kind of flexible approach which can change its path for solving any problem as per the requirement of the needs. It is a type of approach which is the combination to brainstorming the session as well as in designing and redesigning the process parameter and operating conditions. Six Sigma is a management oriented method to manage the man, machine and money collectively and take advantage of the available business assets. The concept was introduced to minimize and eliminate defects from a system whether manufacturing or service. In this section the author trying to define the different Six Sigma approaches and shows how these are correlated with each other in solving any problem. This paper is about the approach that an organization should withhold in implementing Six-Sigma.


Six-Sigma, Quality Management, Business Excellence, DMAIC, DMADV


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