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A full blown Six Sigma implementation utilizes many different  tools, techniques, and business metrics. It requires the support of the entire organization and intensive training for those persons selected to lead the transition, the Black Belts and Master Black Belts. If it is undertaken successfully it can result in the minimization of variation and defects from products, processes and services to almost zero and savings of millions of dollars. Organizations that have achieved Six-Sigma have improved their processes so that they consistently produce no more than 3.4 defects per million opportunities.  Typically a full blown Six Sigma Implementation takes 3-5 years and an outlay of  significant money. Typically, Six Sigma includes 5 steps known as DMAIC

Project charter,

Picking an initial project,

Focused problem statement

Customer needs assessment,

Assessment of readiness,

SIPOC analysis

Baseline measurements,

Special cause analysis,

Process maps,

State of statistical control

Process Analysis and Documentation

Collecting and Summarizing Data

Measurement Systems

Analyzing Process Capability

Cause & effect,


5 Why’s,

Exploratory Data Analysis

Hypothesis Testing  

Design of Experiments

Multi-vari Studies

Modeling Relationships Between Variables


Priority matrix,


Gantt charts    

Response Surface Methodology

Select & Test solutions,




Statistical Process Control

Six Sigma storyboard,

Lean Tools for Process Control

Mistake Proofing

DRS will provide your organization  with the tools and training to implement a Six Sigma intiative at your location.

Six Sigma

The key to improving processes by reducing defects and removing variation.  Six Sigma allows you to withstand shifts in process stability without sacrificing consumer  quality.