Six Sigma™ System Definition (SDEF) Service
- Six Sigma is a set of methods and tools for improving the performance of systems. During a Six Sigma™ project, a series of project phases (D-M-A-I-C) organize the work of process improvement: (1) Define, (2) Measure, (3) Analyze, (4) Improve, and (5) Control.
- Applying Six Sigma™ requires that we understand the system to be improved—beginning with the “D” phase. When the system to be understood is a high complexity system, success of the Six Sigma process may be at risk over less than adequate definition of the system. This is where Systematica™ Methodology comes in.
- Systematica Methodology does not replace Six Sigma. Instead, Systematica provides an addition to the Six Sigma Toolbox of tools and techniques for executing the DMAIC phases. This addition is an improved means of “Defining” the system, by providing a means of representing it.
- Improved representation of systems is at the heart of Systematica Methodology. Working with your organization’s Six Sigma Black Belt, ICTT Systems Sciences provides the additional power needed to achieve the goals of the “D” phase for high complexity systems.
- Have your organization’s Six Sigma Black Belt contact ICTT System Sciences today for more information about Six Sigma System Definition (SDEF) Service.