Study and analysis of implementation of Six-Sigma: a case study of an automobile industry
by N. Venkatesh; M.C. Gowrishankar; C. Sumangala
International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management (IJPQM), Vol. 13, No. 1, 2014

Abstract: Six-Sigma is one of the strategic tools used by leading organisations to achieve accuracy and speed and at the same time reduce cost and increase customer satisfaction and profits. Six-Sigma has become a synonym for improving quality, reducing cost, improving customer loyalty, and achieving bottom-line results. This paper explores the implementation procedure at one of the automobile industries at Mysore, India and the benefits reaped by the company on account of adopting Six-Sigma. This also involves the various modifications incorporated during the implementation process, comparison and analysis of the results before and after the implementation of Six-Sigma process.

Online publication date: Sat, 17-May-2014

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