Six Sigma Case Studies #1
Lean Six Sigma case studies isn’t just beneficial for business – it works great at home and in life! Here’s an example of how one family reduced their carbon footprint and saved money.
Six Sigma Case Studies #2
Lean Six Sigma can be applied anywhere since its foundation is basic problem solving: find the root cause(s) of a problem and then determine the best solution(s). In this example, we show you how Lean Six Sigma can help you become more effective at finding and getting a job.
Six Sigma Case Studies #3
Whether at work or at home, Lean Six Sigma can help you solve problems efficiently and effectively. Here’s an example of a Lean Six Sigma project outside of work where blood sugar is reduced and controlled using the DMAIC methodology.
Six Sigma Case Studies #4
It’s that time again! The new year is here, and most people experience what I would call “holiday eating remorse”. Two months of big holiday eating have de-railed most American diets. Shortly after ringing in the New Year, many of us are painfully aware that we need to get back on the dietary wagon. A friend of mine wrestled himself onto his weight scale. After seeing the result, he double checked to make sure his dog wasn’t on the scale with him.
Six Sigma Case Studies #5
Lean Six Sigma can help you improve anything from business processes to reducing your energy consumption at home. Want to save money on your energy bill or simply view a Lean Six Sigma project example? Check out this easy to follow example.
Six Sigma Case Studies #6
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) came under considerable criticism after hurricane Katrina for its slow response. Charles White really dug into FEMA’s processes and identified opportunities to make significant improvement with some common sense changes to material handling and loading.
Six Sigma Case Studies #7
Eduardo Torres did a great job of cutting waste out of the process of fixing software bugs. The use of software is growing fast, and with no known way to guarantee new software is error-free, rapidly fixing bugs found is critical. Eduardo not only cut nearly 40% of the process time, but also cut the variability in half, greatly improving reliability!
Six Sigma Case Studies #8
Tyson (Peter)’s Black Belt Project focused on reducing underwriting package defects. By using a Fishbone Diagram the team was able to test out their suspected root causes, which ultimately led them to the “ah-ha” moment of neither being statistically significant!