Q: I am preparing a short training session for my company on the topic of Design for Six Sigma. I am interested in looking at some examples of how other companies or organizations have used DFSS. Is it possible to get case studies from ASQ on this topic?
A: Thank you for contacting ASQ and the Quality Information Center. Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) can be defined as “robust design that is consistent with the applicable manufacturing processes to assure a fully capable process that will deliver quality products” (from The Quality Improvement Glossary by Donald L. Siebels).
For DFSS case studies, please visit ASQ’s website.