Case Studies

Six Sigma Project Success by Roman Benton

Six Sigma Project Success by Dan Seal

Six Sigma Project Success by Tim Wright

Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation

Introduction The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) is a growing state agency with increasing volumes of records to manage. Previously, most of TDLR’s records were housed at one of the State’s primary storage and archive facilities. In 2012, when accounts receivable verified that the cost to store the agency’s records and documents had […]

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Demonstration of Six Sigma Principles through Catalent Pharma Solutions

Six Sigma has been used by numerous companies since 1986 when Motorola developed these principles as best practices. Customer satisfaction is increased by reducing the number of defects produced by a company. This process has been successfully implemented by major companies such as General Electric. Chief Executive Officer, Jack Welch, has made Six Sigma famous […]

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Six Sigma Improves the Environment: A Look at a Baxter Manufacturing

Six Sigma best practices are instrumental in changing the way businesses operate. Motorola recognized this in the 1980s when the company employed Six Sigma principles in manufacturing processes. What began as a methodology to reduce defects in a production line has evolved into a way for all industries including healthcare, telecommunications, education, finance, military and […]

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Aerospace Manufacturer Streamlines Processes and Improves Cycle Time

Six Sigma best practices were devised to eliminate the defects in processes. Motorola developed this concept to help improve processes within the company. With improved processes, increased revenue typically follows. After General Electric adopted Six Sigma principles, the company increased revenue by $300 million. This is just one example of why companies are interested in […]

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3M Case Study – Pollution Prevention

Six Sigma best practices are designed to help companies reduce the number of defects in business processes. Defects are defined as product defects or undesirable events. For instance, one company may describe excessive pollution as a defect. This is an undesirable event that should be removed to make the process more efficient. The concept of […]

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