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Six Sigma Methodology

The Six Sigma Methodology is a disciplined, data-driven approach for eliminating defects in any process.

Eliminate defects, improve throughput, and reduce costs by applying the principles of a Six Sigma Methodology. It can improve performance in almost any business, whether the deliverables are products or services.

Originally developed for the assembly line, this methodology has spread throughout the corporate world. Hundreds of consultants offer training, but none can match our experience with small-to-medium-scale manufacturing. We've watched Six Sigma evolve in a wide variety of settings, and we've distilled a real-world set of best practices that match the conditions that Pennsylvania manufacturers face every day.

The Catalyst Connection Difference

Our approach introduces best practices, including statistical methods; follows a well-defined sequence of steps; and aims at financial targets such as cost reduction or increased profit. We show leaders how to identify and remove the causes of defects through clearly defined projects, and to follow up with a dedication to continuous improvement.

Tools for Success

  • The Six Sigma DMAIC Model - Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control

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