Six sigma implementation, what are the expected gains?
Most direct gains:
- - Reduction of non-quality costs such as discards, taking-back, alterations, customer returns as well as all non-quality inherent problems (wastes of time, miscommunications, process connections...)
- - Better resources exploitation (processes optimization, optimal use of the machines and other equipments, improvement of cycle times: decrease of functioning cost combined with a better exploitation.)
Better clients satisfaction therefore enforced customer loyalty programs, client earnings improvement, market share growth.
Better disposal for launching of large scale projects: new products or new processes.
- Establishing the management of a culture of measurement
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