Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) is a methodology for driving breakthrough performance in a new product development. This programme is structured around the DMADV* Model (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design and Verify) – a five phase model similar to the more traditional DMAIC model. It is about designing for Quality, cost savings and faster time-to-market.
Translating customer needs into product specifications
Delivering Innovative Design Solutions
Applying Robust Design Techniques
DMADV model, Advanced Statistical tools – Introduction to Quality Function Deployment, Monte
Carlo Simulation, Measurement System Analysis, Process Capability, Comparative Methods, Regressing analysis, DFMEA, TRIZ, Pugh Method, Design of Experiments (DOE), Taguchi’s Robust Design, Statistical Tolerancing, Reliability & Life estimation, Process control standards & Poka Yoke
The Participants should come to the Programme with a Project from their workplace where they can apply DFSS methodology. The Project scope and deliverables need to be agreed and approved by the immediate superior/mentor. The project charter format is to be filled up by the participant with mentor approval before attending the programme as it will be discussed during the program.
Participants are required to work on a DFSS Project for a period of six months. Regular Post Program reviews will be coordinated by MIQ to guide the participants for timely Project completion. After successful completion of Projects demonstrating use of DFSS methodology and resultant business benefits, the participants will be awarded DFSS Green Belt Certificate.
Engineers from R&D/Product Development having minimum 3 years of work experience.