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    The following companies have implemented 6-sigma:
    3M, A.B. Dick Company, Abbott Labs, Adolph Coors, Advanced Micro Devices, Aerospace Corp, Airborne, Alcoa, Allen Bradley, Allied Signal, Ampex, Apple Computers, Applied Magnetics, ASQC, Atmel, Baxter Pharmaseal, Beatrice Foods, Bell Helicopter, Boeing, Bombardier, Borden, Bristol Meyers – Squibb, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Campbell Soup, Cellular 1, Chevron, Citicorp, City of Austin, TX, City of Dallas, TX, Clorox, Cooper Ind, Dannon, Defense Mapping Agency, Delnosa ( Delco Electronics in Mexico), Digital Equipment Corp, DTM Corp, Eastmen Kodak, Electronic Systems Center, Empak, Florida Dept. of Corrections, Ford Motor Company, GEC Marconi, General Dynamics, General Electric, Hazeltine Corp, Hewlett packard, Holly Sugar, Honeywell, Intel, Junior Achievement, Kaiser Aluminum, Kraft General Foods, Larson & Darby, Inc, Laser Magnetic Storage, Lear Astronics, Lenox China, Littton Data Systems, Lockhee Martin, Loral, Los Alamos National labs, Martin Marietta, McDonnell Douglas, Merix, Microsoft, Morton Int’l, Motorola, NASA, Nat’l Institute of Corrections, Nat’l Institute of Standards, Nat’l Semiconductor, Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America, Northrop Corp, PACE, Parkview Hospital, Pentagon, Pharmacia, PRC, Inc, Qualified Specialists, Ramtron Corp, Rockwell Int’l, Rohm & Haas, Seagate, Society of Plastics Egineers, Solar Optical, Sony, Star Quality, Storgae Tek, Symbios Logic, Synthes, Technicomp, Tessco, Texaco, Texas Commerce Bank, Texas Dept. of Transportation, Texas Instruments, Titleist, Trane, TRW, Ultratech Stepper, United States Air Force, United States Army, United technologies, UPS, USAA, Verbatim, Walbro Automotive, Walker parking, Woodward Governor, Xerox    
    This information was compiled from the 6-sigma web sites. Hope it is of help to those who requested it. Thanks.
          

    #84619

    Mark Tenor
    Participant

    Geoff,
    Thanks for posting this list! I was just talking about such a list with a co-worker for mine.
    Just to clarify, did you get this list from the web sites of the respective companies/organizations themselves, or from third party websites? For example, can I go to Adolph Coors and find information about their six sigma program? (Do you have all 115 urls?)
    Thanks again for posting the list.
    Mark (GE Capital)

    #84622

    Mikel
    Member

    Geoff,
    Thanks for the partial list. Why did you exclude all of the others?

    #84761

    Erika Schafer
    Participant

    FYI, Caterpillar Inc. is knee-deep in 6Sigma as well.

    #84764

    Breizh
    Participant

    As are Johnson & Johnson, Black & Decker, Bank of America, Raytheon, ….

    #84780

    DColvin
    Participant

    So do a number of government agancies such as the CIA….

    #84786

    AceNat
    Participant

    Also,
    Cummins Inc.  

    #84790

    Jeff
    Participant

    As well as Sears, Sun Microsystems and Intuit…

    #84792

    mcleod
    Member

    I had posted the request.  Very helpful.  Thanks much!

    #84807

    billybob
    Participant

    Hello folks,
    Don’t forget “Billybob’s House of Possum” (not to confused with Spam, the other mystery meat).
    Later,
    Billybob

    #84815

    Sinnicks
    Participant

    Thanks for the very helpful list.  There are a couple that you missed though.  SEARS and Bank of America come to mind right a way.  I think the future is very bright for Six Sigma in the service industry going forward.  Does anyone have a list of service industry companies only?
    Thanks.

    #84816

    anon
    Participant

    Apple computers has not implemented six sigma.

    #84821

    ol lonely
    Participant

    Add Maytag to the list of six sigma companies.

    #84822

    W.O.
    Member

    Don’t forget Merrill Lynch, Tyco Healthcare and Amazon.

    #84823

    mcintosh
    Participant

    What’s the point on making such a list? I hope it can not be done.
    Imagine if one would ask for a list of ISO 9000 companies, or ISO 14000, TQM, BSC, etc… If you could make the list, then there would be too few.
    A better question might be: From the best companies (Fortune 500, recognized as “best in class”, etc…), which of them are 6 sigma? And a second (more difficult to answer) question: What did 6 sigma do for them?

    #84824

    Sinnicks
    Participant

    I think the purpose of the list is obvious.  I’m interested in it because I am looking for a better opportunity at a company that has a Six Sigma program.  Let’s call it research.
    I do like Tom’s idea of stratifying the companies by  Fortune 500 and best in class though.  Any BB’s out there want to volunteer? 

    #84827

    Trev
    Member

    I’m also hesitant about this list. What makes these companies “Six Sigma”? Is it because one person is using it, or because they have a corporate initiative. How come all these companies don’t talk about SS in their annual reports and to the media like GE does?
    It just makes me think they’re not as serious if they don’t talk about it. What are your thoughts?

    #84830

    mcleod
    Member

    Yes, I am hesitant as well, although there are varying levels of implementation.  I believe that most of these companies have either discussed Six Sigma in their annual report, in press releases around quarterly results and/or staff additions.  These companies, again, at varying levels, recognize the power of Six Sigma in continuous improvement efforts.  I don’t believe that many companies want to go around saying they are Six Sigma companies, but they do want to say that Six Sigma methodology and tools are helping them.

    #84865

    Saherngu
    Participant

    It would be nice if a database existed…..maybe with a link to this site –
    I’d like to know other companies in my geographic area that are using Six Sigma – because my company would be willing to host a brown bag networking session  – – I think there is a lot to be learned from other companies and alot we’d be willing to share with noncompetitive companies……………
    another database I’d like to see – would be a projects database – stratified by industry, and/or functionality (HR, Sales, Safety, etc) – maybe with a field that could be checked to say whether more details could be provided upon request……..but alot of times details would not be needed…..something as simple as a project title could spark ideas for others

    #84866

    DColvin
    Participant

    I have been looking at getting a grop together to network, exchange ideas, benchmark, etc.  I am in Arizona and had started this initiative with people from the area.  It would be nice to open it up to a broader audience.  The company I work for has 80,000 employees around the world and I could probably bring some of them in on a networking group.
    Any ideas on how to best go about this?
    I can be reached at DColvin@global.t-bird.edu

    #85174

    Carr
    Participant

    Dear Geoff, Thank you for the List of 115 6-Sigma
    Companies – it’s very helpful. I am new in the 6-Sigma world and I’m
    wondering if anyone has knowledge of 6-Sigma
    companies in the food manufacturing sector. Thank you.

    #85528

    Rod Morgan
    Member

    Hi Linda!
    Maple Leaf Foods (http://www.mapleleaf.ca) in Canada has been doing Six Sigma for a few years now with great results.  It is headed up by Bruce Miyashita, VP of Six Sigma who is a long-time fan/promoter of Six Sigma methodologies.  Their deployment was successfully completed in-house with their own resources.
    Best regards
    Rod Morgan

    #85529

    Marz
    Participant

    your info is wrong…apple has not implemented six sigma

    #88550

    BRIAN SULTZBACH
    Participant

    Axcelis Technologies of Beverly Massachusetts, A semiconductor machine tool manufacturer, has been using six sigma for over five years.
    There is a Master Black Belt, several Black Belts and numerous Green Belts.
    The use of six sigma has been integrated to almost all facets of the business with excellent returns.

    #89676

    Tima
    Member

    Don’t forget Visteon Corporation

    #89957

    Stefan Szemkus
    Participant

    @S.o. who applied Six Sigma approach successfully:
    I found out that 6S is a consequent alliance of the following approaches:   -Process Reengineering (a)   -Process Management   (b)   -Continous Process Improvement (c)and hount the following approaches in comparison to conventional Quality Management approaches:
    Process Reengineering  (a)conventional:-elimination of one defect, while basic structure of workflow persistsSix Sigma:-identification of critical inputs wich involve the problem/defects and/or variants
    Process Management   (b)conventional :-phase tendet process improvement in the result of inadequat customer satisfactionSix Sigma-consolidation of process improvement and process design-replace the old process with improved or new one
    Continous Process Improvement (c)Six Sigma-detecting process efficiency and problem identification-process optimizing and design   –>performance rate, competitiv ability, increase profit
    My questions:Refer to s.o. experiences and knowledge I need to know how the realization of the 6S approaches are running at e.g. the Auto Financial Industry. It would be the best discribed on examples.
    Thanks
    Stefan
     

    #94351

    NICOLAE
    Participant

    Does anyone know who the first company was to impliment Six Sigma?  A few of my co-workers are debating whether or not it was GE.  Thanks!

    #94352

    Tim B.
    Member

    Nicole, It was Motorola. See the history paper on this site: https://www.isixsigma.com/library/content/c020815a.asp

    #94699

    Geoff Jamieson
    Participant

    Motorola was bought out by a Japanese company who transformed Motorola quality in the late 1970’s. Bob Galvin, CEO, started Motorola on a quality path and adopted Six Sigma methodology to make improved electronic products. Training came in the 1980’s when Motorola trained 40% of the workforce at a cost in excess of $170 million. By 1992 the company was spending $110 million on training.
    GE came into Six Sigma in 1995 under Jack Welch. They initiated extensive training with 200 projects and moved to 3000 projects and more training in 1996, and 6000 projects and more training in 1997.
    In 1997, Six Sigma delivered $320 million in productivity gains and profits, more than Welch’s goal of $150 million.
    Jack Welch was quoted in 1998 ” Six Sigma has spread like wildfire across the company, and it is transforming everything we do.” 
     reference source: Six Sigma Handbook, Thomas Pyzdek, 2001, McGraw Hill pgs.1-5.

    #94700

    Geoff Jamieson
    Participant

    At the time my research was limited and I found the 115 companies. I knew that more were out there but did not pursue it due to to me constraints.  Back then I was up to my ears in statistics with my Black Belt training…and barely hanging in there! I am pleased to see that others have added to the list. Keep up the good work.

    #94701

    Geoff Jamieson
    Participant

    I guess one bad Apple did spoil my list. Sorry for the mistake.
     
    let’s see, what is my DPMO?
    115 companies, one mistake x 1,000,000………….

    #94702

    Geoff Jamieson
    Participant

    My list was derived from multiple sources, books, magazines, web sites, and collected just out of curiosity. As far as I know it is 100% accurate but some may challenge that. I am glad to see more and more interested parties are adding to it. Their must be many more companies out there who are engaged in Six Sigma.
     Please note that I have not catalogued many foreign companies even though you see them advertising within the web site for experienced Master Black Belts, Black Belts and Green Belts.
    Thanks for your question, and apologize that I do not have the URL’s for each company..

    #94712

    Ganley
    Participant

    Does anyone have a listing of healthcare agencies using SS?

    #94720

    mman
    Participant

    Margo:I think you can raise this question at the special “healthcare”SS FORUM.Thank You.      MMAN

    #94753

    Michael Kichler
    Participant

    American Express has also been deeply committed to Six Sigma for the past 3 years.

    #96996

    Kelvin H.
    Participant

    Looking for some assistance.
     
    What I am looking for adds a little twist to the topic at handI  am trying to find out what companies within the Direct Marketing world have or are currently implementing six sigma. If you can be of any assistant it would be greatly appreciated
     
    Thanks!

    #97489

    Matt Ritchie
    Participant

    OMNOVA, Inc.

    #99713

    Baker
    Participant

    The Dept of Defense agency, Defense Finance and Accounting Service, is currently using and implementing Six Sigma methodologies in accordance with DoD’s transformation efforts.

    #100828

    AT
    Participant

    GMMCO Limited, a Caterpillar Dealer in India started deploying 6 Sigma since September 2002 and is in Commitment phase.
    With 4 Dedicated Black Belts and One Master Black Belt, GMMCO is in the process of getting into Embedding phase.  

    #101647

    Benjamin
    Participant

    Quest Diagnostics Incorporated has implemented Six Sigma

    #101648

    waiting…
    Member

    Ramesh,
    what phases are you talking about?.can you pls describe.
    Waiting…

    #101649

    Andhale
    Participant

    Good effort in posting this list on the website. But i feel this list is not complete ..2 main companies which i know have been left out are: SAMSUNG and LG Electronics.

    #101653

    Ramesh.S
    Participant

    We are in th ephase of embedding ourselves the 6 Sigma methodology in our Organisation…
    Our first Wave Black Belts ( 3 Numbers ) graduated in December 2002 and then we added 2 more Black Belts. Completed 7 Projects and 7 more projects are under various phases of DMAIC and DMEDI….
    Regards,
     

    #101733

    Orlando
    Participant

    Geoff
    I just started working in a Pharmaceutical company, where do they have Six Sigma?  You have several of them listed.  I don’t think your list has been vetted.
    The FDA just recognized (in 2001) that the Pharmaceutical companies are way behind other manufacturers in process improvements.  Reasons are many but the two big reasons are that the Pharmaceutical industry regard drug development and research as their core competence and not manufacturing and that the FDA regulates the hell out of their industry so if they change a process or optimize a process the FDA scrutinizes the heck out of them so why bother.
    Well anyway, the FDA has come to understand this fact of life so they are pushing on the industry what they call ” Process Analytical Technology” (PAT).  I’ve reviewed their language on this and it sounds to me like a Six Sigma tool kit.  But I didn’t say those words.
    So when I saw those Pharmaceutical companies on your list I know that this list is suspect.
    Orlando

    #101738

    Tim F
    Member

    Just for fun I checked returns on these companies. I was able to find stock reports on 42 of the companies. The average 1 year return was 29.5%, with a standard deviation of 34.6% and a corresponding standard error of 5.3% and 95% confidence interval of 10.8%. This compares to about 21% for the NASDAQ, 15% for S&P500, and 14% for Dow. My impression was that more of these companies were NASDAQ rether than NYSE, but I didn’t record that data.It appears that 6S helps stock performance, but since the confidence interval overlaps the NASDAQ, we cannot reject the null hypothesis that the difference is due to random chance.I took the list provided at face value, didn’t check how long the companies had been doing 6S, and each company was weighted the same, no matter what the market cap was.
    Tim FP.S.Mean 26.95809524
    Standard Error 5.339405188
    Median 20.98
    Mode 19.92
    Standard Deviation 34.60330051
    Sample Variance 1197.388406
    Kurtosis 1.46844384
    Skewness 0.842105902
    Range 179.6
    Minimum -47.24
    Maximum 132.36
    Sum 1132.24
    Count 42
    Confidence Level(95.0%) 10.78315346

    #101739

    Tim F
    Member

    That should read 26.95%, not 29.5%, for the average return. I seem to have dropped the “6”Tim F

    #102798

    Banala Bhaskar
    Participant

    I would be grateful if any body can forward the list to me.
     
    thanks
    Banala

    #102801

    Banala Bhaskar
    Participant

    Can i get the list of pharmaceutical companies which implemented and which are in the process of implementing six sigma in India and in the world.
    regards
    Banala

    #103397

    Shibulal
    Member

    one more Solectron Technology

    #103442

    Grasshopper
    Participant

    A better question to ask is not who has started to implement Six Sigma but who are Six Sigma organizations – can I count them on my hands?  Coming from automotive, I can say a lot of the companies listed (including Ford and Visteon) are a very long way from that achievement.  That’s the list I want to see.

    #104578

    I was able to find data for 50 of the listed corporations.

    The combined market capitalization for these 50 Six Sigma Companies is over 2 trillion dollars.

    The market cap for just the top 10 (GE, MSFT, C, INTC, CVX, UPS, MMM, ABT, HPQ) is 1.5 trillion

    For comparison, the market capitalization of the entire Nasdaq Index is around 3.3 trillion dollars.
    It’s too bad the list isn’t more comprehensive with adoption dates (major companies are not listed such as FDC)  It would be interesting to test the performance of companies in different market sectors that use Six Sigma against sector benchmark indices.
    -Will

    #104600

    Schuette
    Participant

    Motorola was never purchased by a Japanese company – it is an American company.  The Japanese did not “transform” Motorola quality – Motorola’s response to competition from Japan did.

    #107433

    Vicki
    Member

    Will –
    Thank you ever so much for the market analysis information.  You cited ten companies, I apparently overlooked one.  The list included GE, MSFT, C, INTC, CVX, UPS, MMM, ABT, and HPQ.  Please let me know which I overlooked. 
    Thank you to everyone here as these discussions are quite enriching. 
     

    #107441

    B. Matthies
    Participant

    An addition – Raven Industries, Inc. since February 2001, complete 23 projects with gains ~$9.2 million, 1 MB, 1 BB, 12 GB’s.

    #107444

    DColvin
    Participant

    There are quite a few more companies currently using Six Sigma.  A few off the top of my head are: American Express, Phelps-Dodge, Bank of America, Deloitte Consulting, Price Waterhouse Coopers…

    #108171

    fassie
    Participant

    …and JLG ? So far as I know is JLG also working with Six Sigma…

    #111714

    porpon
    Participant

    Hi all and Geoff,
    I just reformat the list into vertical format for easy to use with Excel, i thought it might help….

    3M

    A.B. Dick Company

    Abbott Labs

    Adolph Coors

    Advanced Micro Devices

    Aerospace Corp

    Airborne

    Alcoa

    Allen Bradley

    Allied Signal

    Ampex

    Apple Computers

    Applied Magnetics

    ASQC

    Atmel

    Baxter Pharmaseal

    Beatrice Foods

    Bell Helicopter

    Boeing

    Bombardier

    Borden

    Bristol Meyers – Squibb

    Bryn Mawr Hospital

    Campbell Soup

    Cellular 1

    Chevron

    Citicorp

    City of Austin, TX

    City of Dallas, TX

    Clorox

    Cooper Ind

    Dannon

    Defense Mapping Agency

    Delnosa ( Delco Electronics in Mexico)

    Digital Equipment Corp

    DTM Corp

    Eastmen Kodak

    Electronic Systems Center

    Empak

    Florida Dept. of Corrections

    Ford Motor Company

    GEC Marconi

    General Dynamics

    General Electric

    Hazeltine Corp

    Hewlett packard

    Holly Sugar

    Honeywell

    Intel

    Junior Achievement

    Kaiser Aluminum

    Kraft General Foods

    Larson & Darby

    Inc

    Laser Magnetic Storage

    Lear Astronics

    Lenox China

    Littton Data Systems

    Lockhee Martin

    Loral

    Los Alamos National labs

    Martin Marietta

    McDonnell Douglas

    Merix

    Microsoft

    Morton Int’l

    Motorola

    NASA

    Nat’l Institute of Corrections

    Nat’l Institute of Standards

    Nat’l Semiconductor

    Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America

    Northrop Corp

    PACE

    Parkview Hospital

    Pentagon

    Pharmacia

    PRC

    Inc

    Qualified Specialists

    Ramtron Corp

    Rockwell Int’l

     Rohm & Haas

    Seagate

    Society of Plastics Egineers

    Solar Optical

    Sony

    Star Quality

    Storgae Tek

    Symbios Logic

    Synthes

    Technicomp

    Tessco

    Texaco

    Texas Commerce Bank

    Texas Dept. of Transportation

    Texas Instruments

    Titleist

    Trane

    TRW

    Ultratech Stepper

    United States Air Force

    United States Army

    United technologies

    UPS

    USAA

    Verbatim

    Walbro Automotive

    Walker parking

    Woodward Governor

    Xerox  

    #119612

    Nada
    Participant

    I am an MBA candidate conducting research on the financial performance of Six Sigma companies.
    I need a list of companies that implemented Six Sigma containing the corresponding DATE when these companies implemented Six Sigma. Is there any means to get to the implementation date for a company other than through searching news on each company separately??
    I appreciate any help I can get.
    Nada.

    #121208

    Kristen
    Participant

    I too would like listings of healthcare agencies using Six Sigma.  I am located in South Carolina and would like to discuss what obstacles and successes they encountered during the MAIC process.  My email address is weisenbk@musc.edu.
     

    #125159

    martin ghys
    Participant

    Dear people.
    I’m preparing an mba tesis, and
     

    #125161

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    Martin,
    I hope you are not doing it on a computer.
    Good luck

    #125163

    martin ghys
    Participant

    Dear people.
    I’m Black Belt and also I just finished an MBA. Now I’m interested in writing a tesis about how companies implementing six sigma have a competitive advantage over those that doesn’t.
    Does anybody know were can i get financial information related to this?
    Best regards
    Martín Ghys from Argentina.
     

    #125165

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    martin,
    You can start with a search on this website. There is lots of information here.
    If you have target companies or an industry segment you will usually find something in the annual report or on the website.
    Stock analysts will put out some pretty good information as well.
    Good luck.

    #125169

    BB Steve
    Participant

    http://www.georgegroup.com/
    The George Group lists its clients’ financial performance has outpaced the S&P 500, FTSE, Nikkei, Dax adn other inductry performance indicators.  They list their clients as follows:

    ALCAN
    Allegheny Teledyne
    Allergan
    Andrew Corporation
    Applied Materials
    Baxter
    Caterpillar
    C-COR.net
    Colgate-Palmolive
    Cooper Industries
    Department 56
    DMC Stratex Networks
    Emerson
    Flextronics
    Ford Motor Company
    Geico
    General Electric
    H.B. Fuller Company
    Halliburton
    Honeywell
    Ingersoll-Rand

    Iomega
    ITT Industries
    Johns Manville, a Berkshire Hathaway company
    Louisiana Pacific
    M/A-COM
    Mastercraft
    Milacron
    Noble Energy
    Olin Corporation
    Owens Corning
    Rock-Tenn Company
    Rohm and Haas
    Schering-Plough
    Siemens Business Services
    Starwood Hotels & Resorts
    Sunbeam
    The Stanley Works
    United Technologies
    Washington Mutual
    Xerox
    Young & RubicamYou may want to investigate each compan’y annual report for financial benefits associated to Lean Six Sigma initiatives.
    Best Wishes

    #125170

    Stevo
    Member

    or…
    since this data is very hard to get and almost impossible to verify.  Make it up, write your paper and see how many CEO’s will develop thier strategy with it.
    As I always say: “path of least resistance”
    Stevo

    #128822

    Picklyk
    Participant

    iGate Global Solution Ltd, Bangalore using Six Sigma Methodology in his BSP / BPO division.

    #133060

    TheBUX
    Member

    Intrawest, based out of Vancouver, is also coming on board with Lean Six Sigma methodolgy.  They are one of the largest ski/mountain, real estate, vacation tours, and golf companies in North America.

    #138554

    Add Ghana Bauxite Company Limited to the list.

    #150611

    Ahmad Muammar
    Participant

    Schneider Electric

    #150641

    mcleod
    Member

    You can add ING Group and our subsidiaries to the list. 

    #150688

    Engine Lady
    Participant

    Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals is not on the list and I know for a fact they are doing Six Sigma in a big way.  I have been in their war rooms and seen their facility and met their black belts.
     
    So you can add one to the list!

    #150695

    6Sigma Newbie
    Participant

    Add Flowserve Corporation to the list too.

    #150700

    mand
    Member

    Follow Dilbert’s advice and check the companies on the bottom of the Fortune 500 list.

    #154144

    j
    Participant

    Add Cookson Electronics/Enthone to that list

    #159745

    keyes
    Participant

    This is great information… thank you
    This will help me to research what these companies (specifically) are doing, to help me jusitfy implementation of six sigma in my workplace.
     
    Thank you
     
     

    #159748

    Brandon
    Participant

    Martin, I undertook a task similar to this a few months ago. I went to most of the websites of the larger SS training firms and copied their client lists (there for public viewing; nothing proprietary) – most all have lists of firms they’ve trained.
    I found over 440 firms listed (in the US). Now whether all continue to maintain a SS program or not I can’t tell you but the training firms are boasting of having trained there.

    #168514

    Evan
    Participant

    Hi,
    My company produces recognition products for six sigma uses.  does anyone have a comprehensive list of companies in the USA or Canada who practice six sigma?

    #168977

    Brandon,
    Have you also found the types of Six Sigma projects for each company (function, department, scope, etc.) and the implementation yeras for those projects?
    Dr. Yasin Ozcelik
    Professor of Information Systems & Operations Management

    #169879

    jnogmer
    Participant

    Could you pleace let us know of the 440 six sigma projects list.
    Thanks

    #169889

    Marlon Brando
    Participant

    Are they still 115?

    #172020

    Murugesan
    Participant

    Thanks…. It is useful for me…

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