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    Veena
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    Hi,
    This is Veena, i am working for software development/Service based company as a Sr.HR Executive,our company is an start up company, from past three months i am into core HR, Being a start up company i want to implement some  basic six sigma practices in my company.
    We are having four departments, they are as follows:
    1.Development
    2.Marketing
    3.Human Resource
    4.Accounts
    I would be very much thank full if any one can plz help me out, in implementing the basic level six sigma practice in our company.
    Thanks&Regards
    Veena.
     
     

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    #64750

    Anand
    Participant

    Hi Veena
    Being an HR person you can play multiple roles in your organization. It depends a lot at the level your organization is at this level.
    Probably we can discuss this in detail if you can mail me at [email protected]
     
    Anand

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    #64771

    Pasi
    Participant

    Hi Veena,
    I would suggest, firstly figure out the interest level in implementing Sigma in the organization by the top management. I will be delighted to refer you to a qualified trainer/teacher next.
    Regards
    Rajeev 
    [email protected]

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    #64775

    Rhineg
    Member

    You have a great opportunity here to get 6-sigma thought processes instilled at the beginning.  However, you will also need to determine where the significant business drivers occur and address those with highest impact first to build credibility for your program.
    Question – Do you or will you have a significant number of repeat visits from your customers?  That should influence such things as how you address your skill offerings.  If you are developing standard offerings as one-off (such as a web-page for a client), then you can create qualification tests to asssure your new employees have required skills.  However, if you are doing repeat work with clients, then you will need to assure that client investment in knowledge transfer to your staff is not lost through attrition of staff – or the client will have to re-invest in knowledge transfer and will not be happy.

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    #64778

    Dr Venkata Rama Sastry
    Participant

      Dear Veena Madam
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       Thanks
      Dr.V.V.R.Sastry , Millennium Consultants, Tarnaka, Secunderabad.A.P.,India. 

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    #64789

    Ang
    Participant

    Good for you! However, frankly, from what I hear, it would be premature to plunge right away in full Six Sigma initiative in your situation. If I were you, I would consider gradual approach to build high quality enterprise.
    Peter

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    #64793

    Rodge
    Member

    I’d have to concur with Peter. LEAN type methodologies are really what you would want to work with at this point. The benefits and returns on Six Sigma are not noticeable unless you have economies of scale, typically $10M in annual revenues. LEAN is a great start since as the company grows and you are able to benefit from the scale of a Six Sigma program/project, LEAN will compliment your Six Sigma efforts well. LEAN focuses on streamlining and reducing nonvalue added items or waste. Six Sigma is about controlling variation in your outcomes aka controlling errors/defects.  

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