Annual Presentation (via Six Sigma Techniques) for Problem Solving

Six Sigma presentation
It’s my honor to travel all the way from China and join this Six Sigma presentation by LAYANA on the Friday of Nov 14th.
First and foremost, I am being honest and I don’t have a good understanding about Six Sigma. Via this presentation in Changhua, I understood the management of Six Sigma and its five phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control.
Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control:

Design a suitable plan for customers’ need and CEO’s strategy, confirm data and CTQ(critical to quality), evaluate and choose the best control plan, experiment different machine settings to find the real cause, improve problems according to current situation, maximize revenue while investing as little as possible, establish SOPs to avoidre-occurrence.

Thoughts:
DMAIC can distribute resources to where it is needed the most, to avoid unusual accident, to cost down during production, to minimize D.O.W.N.T.I.M.E. (Defects/Overproduction/Waiting/Non-used resource/Transportation/Inventory/Motion/Excessive Design).
A successful Six Sigma projec

NB:
1. Team work :A successful Six Sigma project has to have a TEAM, one cannot do it by himself. The ability of working with a team is fairly important!
2. Pay much attention to numbers and quantify my findings:Translating my ordinary tasks from words to numbers, so evaluation becomes easier after quantifying.
3. Using scientific methodology to find problems, to ask problems, to analyze problems, and lastly to solve problems. This may be applied to many of my tasks, even to the tiniest task.