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This article deals about the application of the Six Sigma methodology by using modern methods in various stages of the DMAIC improvement model. The change management of business processes in terms of quality is determined by the correct choice of methods and tools for reducing discrepancies and non-productive costs. The evaluation of selected processes of furniture production through defects per million opportunities, efficiency, capability and sigma level before the change and after the change in the quality process provides relevant information for ensuring continuous quality improvement. Implementation of assessing changes in the process is a source of information for continuous improvement of process performance. Keywords: Processes, quality improvement, Six Sigma, DMAIC, changes in processes.
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GEJDOS, Pavol. Modern methods of the quality improvement and their application in managing of changes in a company. New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 10, p. 64-72, jan. 2018. ISSN 2547-8818. Available at: <https://sproc.org/ojs/index.php/pntsbs/article/view/3063>. Date accessed: 23 jan. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.18844/prosoc.v4i10.3063.
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