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How beneficial do you think Six Sigma certification can be for one HR manager and please can you also name out few good bodies that award these certificates?
31st May 2010
Why Six Sigma?

Competitive pressure is forcing the Organizations to look for ways and means to improving their processes so that the Quality of the products and services improves, waste minimizes and customer satisfaction increases significantly. In today’s challenging world you need to make price reductions and yet create better quality. For that you need a proven method for achieving this throughout your company on a rapid, systematic and continuous basis. Six Sigma can result in the kind of changes you are looking for.

Six Sigma is the most effective breakthrough strategy ever devised for quality improvement. It enables companies to make substantial improvements in their bottom-line by designing and monitoring every day business activities in ways which minimizes all types of waste and non-value adding activities and maximizes customer satisfaction.

Goal of Six Sigma

Improved customer satisfaction is the goal of Six Sigma. This process cannot happen on its own. This is where Six Sigma plays a key role. The methodology of Six Sigma aims at integrating all operations throughout the organizations to make them ‘produce right, first time’.

How Six Sigma works

Six Sigma is a high performance data driven approach focused on analyzing the root cause of business problems and solving them. It ties the outputs of a business directly to the market place.

Value Addition
Six Sigma deployment is a companywide strategy to achieve breakthroughs in areas such as productivity improvement, PPM reduction etc.
· Six Sigma quality improvement enhances customer satisfaction while reducing the COPQ from 20% of total sales revenue to 10% or less
· Other competitive advantages include reduction in process variation
· Delivering products in 50% to 80% less time
· Reducing manufacturing and overhead costs by 20%.
TÜV SÜD South Asia’s Approach
Our approach for the training is practical and project based rather than conventional classroom training. The training programme contains of exercises, quiz, group discussions and project reviews, besides classroom training. Our focus is to develop, implement and sustain state-of-the art operations excellence. This approach has two major advantages:

· Your investment in training is captured when the project is completed
· Participants learn how to successfully manage a project while learning six sigma concepts.

Six Sigma Implementation Journey
Six Sigma implementation project typically takes between six and twelve months. The actual time will depend on many factors, but the practical and project based approach will allow your team to immediately apply lessons learned so you can achieve savings quickly. After the successful completion of training, the team will learn how to successfully link all activities and events together while being able to replicate and sustain future projects.
Workshop Content
This workshop enables participants to be the primary members in a project team to achieve Six Sigma levels of quality, using a Breakthrough Strategy and methodology, to address key product/service improvement opportunities.

Please Get in touch undersigned for your requirement.

Nimish Agarwal

31st May 2010 From India, New Delhi
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