In order to redesign an existing process or design a new process, success is dependent on a rigorous process and methodology. Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) ensures that there are minimal defects in the introduction of new products, processes, or services.
Design For six sigma focuses on conducting Critical Parameter management (CPM) and addresses Voice of the Customer and Voice of the Process– which must be understood to minimize redesign and design rework. This is done to identify the few variables that dominate the development of baseline performance, the optimization of robust performance and the certification of capable performance.
Who Should Attend
Product Engineers and Managers
Quality Engineers and Managers
Customer Relationship Managers
Suppliers Quality Assurance
Benefits of Attending
DFSS methodology is used to design robust products, processes, or services right the first time by using the voice of the customer to meet Six Sigma performance. Robust designs are insensitive to variation and provide consistent performance in the hands of the customer.
DFSS is used to meet customer needs by understanding their requirements, considering current process capability, identifying and reducing gaps, and verifying predictions to develop a robust design. Reduce Design Process Complexity: Disciplined design
process approach leads to lesser complexities and easier integration of geographically separated design groups. Robust and Reliable Design: DFSS methodology makes the design more robust and increase its reliability and reduce post-pilot design changes.
Improve Quality & Reduce Waste: Improve at least one sigma gain in quality launch over the previous design. Improve Time to Market: Reduce time to market from 25-40%.
Increase Cost Savings: Leads to 20-40% savings in cost due to increased design capabilities, better utilization of recourses and reduction in warranty costs. Increase Brand Loyalty: Increase in initial customer satisfaction due to reduced earlier-life failures.
Introduction to Six Sigma
To understand what is Design for six sigma,
Six Sigma Vs Design for Six Sigma, Six Sigma
levels and their significance, Why it is
important for your organization.
Design for Six Sigma Methodology
To know about various Design for six sigma
methodologies and their selection and usage
To learn how to do Project Selection, how to
make Project Charter, project description,
goals, requirements, expectations,
boundaries and Assess Risk
learn how to do Data Collection, learn
Prioritization Matrix, how to do
Stratification, how to do Gather the Voice of
the Customer, Quality Function Deployment,
Kano Model, Affinity Model, Tools and
Concept Ideation: Ideal Final Result & the
Morphological Matrix, Concept Generation and
Controlled Convergence (CGCC),Design for X
Methods (manufacturability, serviceability,
Assembly etc.), Pugh Concept Selection Matrix,
Using TRIZ, Axiomatic Design, Risk Analysis
Modeling of Technology. Design FMEA, Design
of Experiments. Modeling of Robustness and
Tunability, System Additive Model. Process
FMEA, Reliability Testing. Response Surface
Modeling of Variation Sensitivities (across the
integrated technology platform). System
Variance Model. Robustness Additive Models.
Capability Analysis. Statistical Process Control.
Future and Challenges of Design for Six Sigma
Feedback From Past Participants
“The session helped us to determine the needs of customer and business”
“Our NPD team now has deep insight into customer needs and using these to inform every design decision and trade-off”
“ DFSS has helped us create a new process from the scratch with DMADV structure”
Know Your Trainer
B tech from NIT Rourkela, PGDM from IIM Calcutta with 14+ yrs of intensive experience in various sector. He is a certified coach for Manufacturing Management and System Development
He has helped companies turn-around by implementing Manufacturing Excellence through Lean, Statistical Quality Control, Six Sigma, Strategy Management
He is a passionate reader and have inclination to solve complex business problems within very short span of time.