Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1081/QEN-120003565
Title: The role of statistical design of experiments in Six Sigma: Perspectives of a practitioner
Authors: Goh, T.N. 
Keywords: Design for Six Sigma
Design of experiments
Robust design
Six Sigma
Statistical quality control
Taguchi methods
Issue Date: Jun-2002
Source: Goh, T.N. (2002-06). The role of statistical design of experiments in Six Sigma: Perspectives of a practitioner. Quality Engineering 14 (4) : 659-671. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1081/QEN-120003565
Abstract: Six Sigma has now been well recognized as an effective means of attaining excellence in the quality of products and services. It entails the use of statistical thinking as well as management and operational tools to bring about fundamental improvements. This article explains, in a nonmathematical language, the rationale and mechanics of design of experiments as seen in its deployment in Six Sigma. It also outlines the way in which the design of experiments has been utilized in the past for quality improvement, culminating in its important role in Six Sigma. An appreciation of the changing scope of experimental design applications over the years and in the future would provide useful perspectives on the significance of Six Sigma in an organization's quest for quality excellence.
Source Title: Quality Engineering
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/63370
ISSN: 08982112
DOI: 10.1081/QEN-120003565
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