Lean Six Sigma as Masco’s DNA


Posted by: meikah | 4 October 2009 | 8:13 pm

Masco Builder Cabinet Group is committed to providing the ideal kitchen experience. To be able to do just that, the company uses Lean Six Sigma. How they do it?

View the company’s Lean Six Sigma DNA here.

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Filed under: Lean Six Sigma, Manufacturing, Masco, Masco Builder Cabinet Group, Six Sigma Organizations

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DFSS Improves Processes at Masco BCG


Posted by: meikah | 25 September 2007 | 8:26 pm

DFSS MascoAn article on Hartford dBusinessNews talks about how Design for Six Sigma is improving processes at Masco BCG, leading designer and manufacturer of kitchen cabinets.

More importantly, DFSS opened the eyes and widened the understanding of executives at Masco on how to report, review, and manage financial, business, and operational metrics.

Different executives and managers are now able to drill down performance data from the company, plant, department, and product line levels. They can access relevant and accurate information very quickly and with fewer key strokes. More importantly, these different views come from the same “one set of numbers” – there are no discrepancies in how numbers are reported, recorded, and viewed across the entire company.

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That’s what Six Sigma or Lean Six Sigma does to an organization—revolutionizes it and brings its mission to fruition.

Source:
Hartford dBusinessNews, a Six Sigma Zone featured link

Filed under: Benefits and Savings, Deployment, DFSS, Masco

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