Design For Six Sigma - A Roadmap For Product Development

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Book DescriptionPublication Date: August 15, 2008The Latest Tools and Guidance Needed to Implement Design for Six Sigma in New Product and Service Development!   Hailed as a classic in its first edition, Design for Six Sigma&n...
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Book Description

Publication Date: August 15, 2008

The Latest Tools and Guidance Needed to
Implement Design for Six Sigma in New Product
and Service Development!


Hailed as a classic in its first edition, Design for Six Sigma has been fully revised and updated to equip you with everything you need to implement Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in new product and service development.

The Second Edition of this indispensable design tool retains the core of the previous edition, while adding new information on innovation, lean product development, incomplete DOE, mixture experiments, and alternative DFSS roadmaps—plus new thread-through case studies.

From quality concepts and DFSS fundamentals…to DFSS deployment and project algorithm…to design validation, the updated edition of Design for Six Sigma gives you a solid understanding of the entire process for applying DFSS in the creation of successful new products and services.

Packed with detailed illustrations, careful directions and comparisons, and worked-out calculations, the Second Edition of Design for Six Sigma features:

  • A one-stop resource for developing a sure-fire DFSS program
  • Expert walkthroughs that help readers choose the right design tools at every stage of the DFSS process
  • New to this edition: new chapters on innovation, lean product development, and computer simulation; new material on critical parameter management; new thread-through case studies

Providing real-world product development experience and insight throughout, the Second Edition of Design for Six Sigma now offers professionals in a wide range of industries the information required to maximize DFSS potential in creating winning products and services for today's marketplace.

Filled with over 200 detailed illustrations, the Second Edition of Design for Six Sigma first gives you a solid foundation in quality concepts, Six Sigma fundamentals, and the nature of Design for Six Sigma, and then presents clear, step-by-step coverage of:

  • Design for Six Sigma Deployment
  • Design for Six Sigma Project Algorithm
  • DFSS Transfer Function and Scorecards
  • Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
  • Axiomatic Design
  • Innovation in Product Design
  • Lean Product Development
  • TRIZ
  • Design for X
  • Failure Mode-Effect Analysis
  • Fundamentals of Experimental Design
  • Incomplete DOE
  • Taguchi's Orthogonal Array Experiment
  • Taguchi's Robust Parameter Design
  • Tolerance Design
  • Response Surface Methodology
  • Mixture Experiments
  • Design Validation

Editorial Reviews


A book review by Dr. Michael Slocum (not including Table of Contents or Table.)

The TRIZ Journal is pleased to announce the publication of Design for Six Sigma: A Roadmap for Product Development. Drs. Kai Yang and Basem El-Haik have delivered a tremendous research effort that will support the successful implementation of DFSS for years to come.

The book is organized into eighteen chapters. A table indicating the chapter content is included for your use.

The book also has a section at the end that contains a list of acronyms and their extended forms. The usual collection of references may also be used to gather source materials for additional study. This work is an extensive collection of topics relevant to design and design optimization and forms an excellent referential basis for DFSS endeavors. The text is easy to read and understand and contains many examples for conceptreinforcement. An understanding of calculus and matrix math will be very helpful for certain sections of the book (as noted in the table above).

Congratulations to the authors for their excellent reference work on the science of design. This text is the culmination and integration of several important areas of research. The integration of Axiomatic Design into most of the topics is a highlight of the text. Yang and El-Haik have published concepts that are included in this book in the TRIZ Journal3. The editors encourage the authors to continue and provide excellent works for our readers.

I recommend this book to anyone who is serious about design and the integration of various design methodologies. (The TRIZ Journal 2003-08-13)


From the Inside Flap


The attraction of Six Sigma is obvious — designs that work, fewer defects in manufacturing, lowered production costs, and greater customer satisfaction. With these pluses, it’s no wonder the world’s leading companies are adopting the Six Sigma approach to product development in ever-growing numbers. Now here’s a powerful engineering resource that makes it easier to implement Six Sigma in new product and service development, one step at a time.

Written by hands-on Six Sigma quality experts — who write with the excellence Six Sigma can help you achieve in your products and services -- Design for Six Sigma provides unrivalled real-world new product development experience and priceless walkthroughs that help you choose the right design tools at every stage of product development. You get the detailed directions, careful comparisons, and worked-out calculations that make every step easier and make sense of every step. This trailblazing guide shows you:

* A systematic 1, 2, 3 method for achieving world-class quality in product development and manufacturing

* Revealing inside-industry case studies

* Groundbreaking comparisons of traditional quality tools with newer contemporary tools

* Focused examinations of engineering tools such as DOE (Design of Experiment), Taguchi Method, Axiomatic Design, and TRIZ (Theory for Inventive Problem-Solving)

* All the information, insights, and knowledge covered by the ASQ Black Belt examination

The only resource that gives product and service designers, project and quality engineers, and Six Sigma trainers a true follow-the-dotted-line roadmap to product excellence, from customer requirements to customer satisfaction, Design for Six Sigma is a tool you’ll turn to again and again—and be glad you did, every single time.


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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Your One Design Advertence June 13, 2003
Challenges traditional thinking and approaches to product and service design. Has an nice flow. One can easily find key topics for reference. We plan to use as one of our foundations for training. Deep, new perspectives on "old" tools and there applications. Exciting! Regardless of your level of expertise, I think you will learn from this book. Helpful for practitioners and beginners. Everyone designing products or services should be aware of this book. A nice section on theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ). DFSS is de-mystified in this work. Relevant case studies and examples. Underlying principles are more easily grasped. List of applications is endless. Each chapter can add value to your business or organization. Shows how Six Sigma rigor can be combined with pragmatism for superior results!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the buy! April 1, 2004
By A Customer
I have not found such a comprehensive book for design of six sigma. I started using this book for advanced experimental design and taguchi methods, but ended understanding the complete roadmap for design of six sigma. The systems approach allows an enthusiast reader to start anywhere, without having to spend time refering back to earlier chapters. The relatively newer trends as TRIZ and axiomatic design have also been nicely dealt with.
Overall, this is a very nice and easy read book, with excellent and well defined examples. A must for everyone who wants a quick refresher on the design principles of six sigma.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Application Oriented June 30, 2003
In recent times, there has been a lot of talk and hype about DFSS with very little substance thus far--until this one! I found the book an easy read, application oriented and a relatively prescritive approach to apply DFSS for products, processes and/or services. The sections on TRIZ and Axiomatic Design expose the opportunities largely untapped in the design world today. A must read book for organizations serious about Six Sigma--whether they are focused on delivering worldclass products and services to their customers or designing processes to run world class business operations--a thumbs up all the way!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A book serves all your needs April 1, 2004
By Amy
This is an outstanding DFSS book for production development. It contains integrated information and some of which you could hardly find anywhere else, thus with one book in hand, you have all the tools to get to your destination. This is also a easy to read book providing the reader with a solid understanding- Concepts are clearly defined, real world examples/ case studies are fully described and the chapters are well organized. It can serve as a textbook for students/beginners and also can serve as a handbook for experienced engineers.
The title says it all- this is a roadmap for you to find the way correctly and easily. I am reading the book right now, and the book is really beneficial to me.


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