Six Sigma is a business improvement methodology that was developed at Motorola to systematically reduce or eliminate defects and reduce variation. Six Sigma typically follows the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, or Control framework (DMAIC), sometimes referred to as DMAIC Framework Six Sigma. Six Sigma also has the Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, and Verify framework (DMADV), for product design, or redesigning an existing process.
Below is the DMAIC Framework Storyboard, followed by an explanation of each Phase in DMAIC and a Shmula.com Premium HD Video explanation:
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