Statistical and Planning Uses of Six Sigma

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Dr. Amna Hussain Sabree Ali, Dr. Suaad Jaber Laffta


     In order to reach the main goal in implementing the strategy based on - measurement, which focuses on improving the development process and reducing spatial variation through the application of improvement projects in a statistical form, relying on the Six Sigma methodology at work, which is one of the modern statistical methods with multiple application, where The statistical representation of this method describes in practical terms how the process is performed. So that the Mean of the quality of the developmental process moves away from the threshold of quality by six standard deviations. Whitney's descriptive method has been used in the research to describe the research phenomenon related to the SS method at the present time to find out its characteristics and fields, as well as the interrelationships between them, trying to extrapolate the applied future. For the phenomenon, by defining the required parameters and boundaries, with the aim of reaching to give an idea of ​​the most important statistical planning methods used in the Six Sigma method in a coherent manner, in order to facilitate the complexity of the problem of developing programs and setting priorities, and perhaps the most prominent and important of these aspects are:

  • Rationalize the use of available and limited resources.

  • Recruitment of material resources, human and natural resources in an economical way in development programs and projects.

  • Establishing a schedule of priorities that seek and directly affect the development process, in its social and economic aspects

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