The Study on Effects of Lean Six Sigma in Manufacturing Industries under Operational Performances

  • Leelesh Sundaram.B
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  • Leelesh Sundaram.B

    LLM student in India

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Studies have revealed that several managerial concepts or aspects has helped in growth of manufacturing companies in India. One of the most interesting and important aspect of management concept attracting manufacturing companies is the concept of implementation of lean six sigma which is a method that relies on a collaborative team effort to improve performance by systematically removing waste and reducing variation has also grown in manufacturing industries. Though it is evident from various studies and reports that lean six sigma concepts are used in the industries for the purpose of controlling waste and curing defects, the effect of the same is still unknown. As a result of which the real nature of lean six sigma is unknown and a natural question arises as to whether there is any form of benefit in applying lean six sigma in industries. In various other countries the effect of six sigma and its consequences after application has severed them in a better way, but in India this is uncertain or couldn’t be determined as the effect is still unknown to individuals. Therefore manufacturers are unaware about the effect of implementation of lean six sigma and are in such position to recommend it to others, therefore this research is carried out with an aim to identify the effect of lean six sigma in Manufacturing industries under operational performances. With the help of non probability convenience sampling it could be found out that there is a positive effect of lean six sigma in manufacturing industries under operational performances, with the help of chi square and correlation tests. Thus the study recommends that manufacturing industries must follow immediate effect ascertainment of lean six sigma or any process that is been applied in the manufacturing sectors


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3670 - 3683


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