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THE SIX SIGMA- CHAPTER 13

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Transcript of THE SIX SIGMA- CHAPTER 13

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Chapter 13: SIX SIGMA
By: Mary Ester Cynand M. Polintan
Janille Cruz
Shiela Mae Andaya
Francis Rayco

DMADV Methodology
It is originally developed in 1986 by engineer Bill Smith in Motorola

As a result it emphasized the cycle-time improvement and reducing manufacturing defects to a level of no more than 3.4 per million.
Target Consumers
The target consumers of Adidas are consumers who consider themselves athletes, consumers who are active in sports, consumers who are inspired by sports and love sports.
Pivotal strength with the consumers who are 20- to 29-years of age.
. Adidas has been going forward with focusing on the high school athlete who are 14- to 19-years of age
Table of Contents
DMAIC Methodology
History
Six Sigma
1) Six SIGMA
- DEFINITION
- ORIGIN
- FUNCTION
2) sIX sIGMA PROCESS MODELS
- DMAIC - PDCA
- DMADV - DFSS
3) sIX SIGMA IMPLEMENTATION
sIX SIGMA IMPLEMENTATION TEAMS
COMPANIES WHICH HAVE ADOPTED SIX SIGMA
4) SIX SIGMA
- GE
- FORD
WIPRO TECHNOLOGIES (Worldwide) HQ Bangalore India
Distinction of:
- Lean
- Kaizen
- Six sigma and
- Total Quality Management Process

Six Sigma refers to a scientific way of describing quality based on variations that occur in any process-plus or minus three “sigmas.”
It is a business process that allows organizations to drastically improve their bottom line by designing and monitoring everyday business activities
As they meet Customer Satisfaction:
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Sales Strategy
The Global Sales strategy is responsible for the distribution of the Adidas and Reebok brands and the international sales organization.
Adidas puts a strong focus having their own retail store, mono-branded franchise stores, shop-in shop, and joint ventures with retail partners and co-branding with sports stores all with the strategy of making sales.
The Global Sales strategy has identified North America, Greater China, Russia/CIS, Latin America, Japan and the UK as key growth markets
Conclusion
With the market strategy updating and the target consumers staying consistent, Adidas is able to stay a successful company.
Adidas is almost at its mature product stage and. the top-of-the mind brand for Soccer.
Adidas’ commitment to product innovation and its rich heritage differentiates the brand from competitors and provides a solid platform for future growth
Sigma is the Greek letter that signifies the standard deviations in a mathematical formula
 1988- Motorola received first Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award from the US

 1990- Motorola joined IBM, Texas Instruments and Kodak to establish Six Sigma Research Institute

 (SSRI)- conceptualize the concept of the Black Belt.

F U N C T I O N S

1) Minimize waste and resources
2) Increase customer satisfaction
3) Measurement of current process performance
4) Improvement of performance through experimentation

Note: That the Process experimentation may also be called process redesign.
1ST REPORTER :
Janille Cruz
2nd REPORTER
Francis Jayson G.
Rayco
1. Define
2. Measure
3. Analyze
4. Improve
5. Control
1. Define
2. Measure
3. Analyze
4. Detailed Design
5. Verify
-Similar to DMADV

-It is a separate and emerging business-process management methodology related to traditional Six Sigma.

Design for six sigma (DFSS)
PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act)
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