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Author Cudney, Elizabeth A., author.

Title Design for Six Sigma : a practical approach through innovation / authors, Elizabeth A. Cudney and Tina Agustiady.

Published Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, CRC Press, 2016.
©2017.

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 UniM ERC  658.575 CUDN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xix, 357 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series Continuous improvement series.
Continuous improvement series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1 Design for Six Sigma Overview 1 -- Six Sigma Review 2 -- DFSS 3 -- Comparison of Six Sigma and DFSS 6 -- Conclusion 7 -- 2 History of Six Sigma 9 -- Variation 11 -- Conclusion 13 -- 3 Design for Six Sigma Methodology 15 -- Conclusion 20 -- 4 Design for Six Sigma Culture and Organizational Readiness 23 -- Organizational Change Management 23 -- Resistance to Change 29 -- Communicating Change 30 -- Conclusion 34 -- Technical Design Review: Define and Measure Phases 38 -- 5 Project Charter 41 -- Introduction 41 -- Project Charter Steps 41 -- Risk Assessment 42 -- Developing the Business Case 44 -- Conclusion 45 -- 6 Balanced Scorecard 47 -- Balanced Scorecard 47 -- Key Performance Indicators 49 -- Conclusion 56 -- 7 Benchmarking 59 -- Best in Class 59 -- Conclusion 64 -- 8 Project Management 67 -- Why Projects Fail 69 -- Management by Project 70 -- Integrated Project Implementation 72 -- Critical Factors for Project Success 73 -- Project Organization 74 -- Resource Allocation 74 -- Project Scheduling 75 -- Project Tracking and Reporting 75 -- Project Control 75 -- Project Termination 76 -- Project Systems Implementation Outline 76 -- Planning 76 -- Organizing 77 -- Scheduling (Resource Allocation) 78 -- Control (Tracking, Reporting, and Correction) 78 -- Termination (Close or Phase-Out) 79 -- Documentation 79 -- Project Plan 80 -- Scope Management 80 -- Conclusion 81 -- Technical Design Review: Analyze Phase 82 -- Technical Design Review 82 -- 9 Gathering the Voice of the Customer 85 -- VOC in Product Development 85 -- Customers/Stakeholders 86 -- Voice of the Customer 87 -- Critical to Satisfaction 88 -- Critical to Quality 89 -- Conclusion 90 -- 10 Quality Function Deployment 93 -- Kano Model 93 -- Quality Function Deployment 94 -- Conclusion 104 -- 11 TRIZ 105 -- TRIZ Methodology 105 -- Nine Windows 106 -- TRIZ Methodology 107 -- Conclusion 113 -- 12 Lean Design 115 -- Single-Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED) 118 -- Conclusion 126 -- 13 Design for X Methods 127 -- Design for Manufacturability 127 -- Design for Assembleability 127 -- Design for Reliability 128 -- Design for Serviceability 128 -- Design for Environment 129 -- Design for Testability 129 -- Conclusion 129 -- 14 Pugh Concept Selection Matrix 131 -- Conclusion 136 -- 15 Modeling of Technology 139 -- Ideal Function 139 -- P-Diagram 141 -- Functional Analysis System Technique 143 -- Conclusion 144 -- 16 Taguchi Design 147 -- Taguchi Loss Function 147 -- Mahalanobis-Taguchi System 149 -- Multidimensional Systems 152 -- Mahalanobis-Taguchi Steps 153 -- MTS Steps Using the Graduate Admission System Example 157 -- Conclusion 171 -- 17 Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis 173 -- Failure Modes and Effects Analysis 173 -- Poka Yokes 179 -- Conclusion 183 -- 18 Design of Experiments 185 -- Design of Experiments (DOE) 185 -- Conclusion 191 -- 19 Reliability Testing 193 -- Types of Systems 196 -- Redundant Systems 198 -- 20 Measurement Systems Analysis 201 -- Gauge R&R 203 -- Conclusions 209 -- Technical Design Review: Design Phase 209 -- 21 Capability Analysis 213 -- Capability Analysis 213 -- Control Charts 214 -- Defects per Million Opportunities (DPMO) 217 -- Conclusion 219 -- 22 Statistical Process Control 221 -- Control Charts 223 -- Conclusions 231 -- 23 Future and Challenges of Design for Six Sigma 233 -- Engagement and Success Factors 234 -- Technical Design Review: Verify Phase 235 -- 24 Design for Six Sigma Case Study: Sure Mix Gas Can 239 -- Project Description 239 -- Invent/Innovate 242 -- Kano Analysis 245 -- Design for X Methods 245 -- Concept Generation 247 -- Technology Modeling 253 -- Robustness/Tunability 253 -- System Additive Model 254 -- Variational Sensitivities and System Variance Model 255 -- Customer Reviews 255 -- Lessons Learned 256 -- Future Project Targets 256 -- Field Testing (Prototype Acceptance) 257 -- Summary 257 -- Conclusion 258 -- 25 Design for Six Sigma Case Study: Portable Energy Solutions 259 -- Project Description 259 -- Project Goals 260 -- Invent/Innovate 261 -- Quality Function Deployment (QFD) 263 -- Kano Analysis 265 -- Develop 267 -- Modeling of Technology 272 -- Optimize 274 -- Verify 274 -- System Variance Model 278 -- Conclusion 280 -- 26 Design for Six Sigma Case Study: Paper Shredder 281 -- Project Description 281 -- Invent/Innovate 282 -- Develop 286 -- Optimization 295 -- Verify 297 -- Conclusion 299 -- 27 Design for Six Sigma Case Study: Universal iPhone Dock 301 -- Project Description 301 -- Project Management 303 -- Kano Analysis 308 -- One-Dimensional Quality 310 -- Concept Generation 311 -- Final Design 313 -- Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (DFMEA) 315 -- Final Design Prototype 316 -- Conclusion 319 -- 28 Design for Six Sigma Case Study: Hospital Bed 321 -- Designing a Hospital Bed for Improving Stakeholders' Level of Care 321 -- Design for Six Sigma Overview 321 -- Invent/Innovate Phase 324 -- Quality Function Deployment 327 -- Develop Phase 328 -- Pugh Concept Selection Matrix 335 -- Conclusion 339.
Other author Agustiady, Tina, author.
Subject Six sigma (Quality control standard)
New products -- Quality control.
Industrial design.
ISBN 9781498742559 (hard copy)