SUNConferences, Computers and Industrial Engineering 42

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Six Sigma Project Selections by Using a Fuzzy Multi Criteria Decision Making Approach: A Case Study in Poly Acryl Corp
Seyed Mohammad Kazemi, Mahdi Karbasian, Seyed Mahdi Homayouni, Mohammad Reza Vasili

Last modified: 2012-06-21


Six Sigma may be named as a powerful and comprehensive management tool which is necessary in order to bring changes in organization and also in making conformity with customer needs. Despite of other quality approaches, Six Sigma is not only a method, but it contains a vision, a goal and a symbol. Beside the six sigma, symmetrical valuation method is interpreted as a tool to collect strategy. This system offers a method to converge occupation's activities with strategy, and also it offers a method in order to watch the operation of strategic goals during time. Undoubtedly, the first step in reducing the risk failure of the Six Sigma projects is selecting the optimal choices. In this paper, the effectiveness of criteria in choosing Six Sigma projects are identified and defined and the case study in Poly Acryl Corp is illustrated to demonstrate the effectiveness and practicality of the  Fuzzy multi-criteria decision making approach to select six sigma projects. In fact, we evaluated how the Fuzzy multi-criteria decision making technique to select Six Sigma projects and goals will affect the organization.

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