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2000 Conference Presentations
|Six Sigma Quality: Points and
President, Multiface, Inc., Garden City, Michigan
“Six-Sigma” quality is a buzzword in the quality community throughout the world. “Six Sigma” quality is defined as achieving reduction in the variation which allows for a ± 1.5 sigma mean shift (Harry 1997). It is also described as a philosophy, methodology, and a breakthrough strategy to solve problems.
This presentation is an in-depth examination into the heads and tails of the “six-sigma quality” concept. The objective is to become better informed about the benefits of six-sigma quality. Actual examples and case studies illustrate its merits and warn against limitations and misuses. The objective is to understand six-sigma quality and place it in an appropriate context to reap maximum benefits.
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