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Thread Started by #shaheen zafar

plz give me details of six sigma.what is it and how it help the organization.:?:
18th October 2009 From India, Ranchi
Dear Shaheen,
I appreciate your inqusitive nature. That is quite necessary for acquring knowledge and becoming an efficient executive.

You may go through the brief info about six sigma at the following Link:

Six Sigma - What is Six Sigma?

For more details you may check the following Link:

Six Sigma

For information whether it is meant for large companies or can be ueful to all, you can go through the article at the following Link:

Is Six Sigma Just For Large Companies? What About Small Companies?

P S Dhingra
Vigilance & Management Consultant
Dhingra Consultancy Group
New Delhi
18th October 2009 From India, Delhi
Hi Shaheen, As required, Pls find the six sigma tools a quick look in excel format. whilst you will refer to the above link’s provided by Dhingra. All the best. wishes, Arun
18th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
hey its already posted on cite hr so can search, oyu will get the details. Regds, Sara.:-D
18th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
I facilitated a session with HR managers to review their hiring process. Using Lean Six Sigma methods we identified ways to reduce the recruitment processing time from 106 days to 60 days. If you want further details send me a mail.
19th October 2009 From United Kingdom, Manchester
Six Sigma is a disciplined approach that focuses on reducing/minimizing the variation to get a near perfect product.It is a buisness philosophy or you can say management strategy to achieve gains by reducing/eliminating defects,improving the capability of your processes whatever it may be.We can apply this in Productivity improvement,Customer relations,Market growth etc.
In turn what we get is motivated employees,Satisfied customers,good profits etc.
Vikul Shaunak
Six Sigma Black Belt (ASQ Certified)
20th October 2009 From India, Chandigarh
All the discussions tells only the advantage of six sigma in HR. Can any tell me whether Six Sigma is useful for a sales guys???
thnx in advance...
Jagadish Kumar K

20th October 2009 From India, Madras
I have had several requests for more information on how LEAN methods were used to reduce the recruitment lead time from 106 days to 60 days. Please find attached a few ppt slides outlining the work I carried out whilst at GE.
I am happy to share my experience with others at CiteHR. The cheapest option for all concerned is a conference call on Skype. Send me an invite on Skype - Prajita People Development - and then I can set up a 60 min conf call for all those interested.
21st October 2009 From United Kingdom, Manchester

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Dear Ranjit,

Presentation of course is good, but there is no break up of 106 days or 65 days in the presentation how and which of the activities took 106 days earlier and how and with what kind of efforts (in brief) the period could be reduced to 65 or 60 days.

That would be fine if you add the same in your presentation to make it more valuable.

P S Dhingra
Vigilance & Management Consultant
Dhingra Consultancy Group
New Delhi
21st October 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Mr Dhingra,
I am happy to share the LEAN processes used in reducing recruitment lead time but I am sure you appreciate the commercial sensivities in disclosing company-specific information in detail.
Exactly where GE was able to reduce its recruitment time is of little consequence, but understanding how to use LEAN techniques in your company to reduce your company's recruitment process time would - in my opinion - be more valuable.
As per my previous posting - happy to set up a conference call on Skype for those interested in a more detailed discussion. Ping me on Skype - Prajita People Development.
21st October 2009 From United Kingdom, Manchester
hai friends, am thinking to do project on tranformation of training & development into business by using six sigma process,so plz help me out by providing me the regarding information
thanks & regards
24th February 2010 From India, Hyderabad
What is Six Sigma? Six Sigma is a highly disciplined data driven approach to minimizing defects systematically. The Six Sigma approach was developed by Motorola, but most of the tools have been in use for many decades. The Six Sigma approach assists companies as they focus on improving processes to the point of “near perfection.” The idea behind Six Sigma is that defective parts in a given process are reduced to the level of 3.4 defects per million opportunities (DPMO). “Sigma” is the number of standard deviations from the process mean (average) within a standard bell curve, or process distribution. Most manufacturing processes tolerate three to four sigma operating levels, producing 6000 to 67,000 defects per million opportunities!
6th June 2013 From India, Mumbai
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