Payroll Remittance Six Sigma Case Study

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Payroll Remittance Six Sigma Case Study

  1. 1. Six Sigma in Action GE Capital IT Solutions Michael J Spofford Customer Engineer, Green Belt September 12, 2002Master Black Belt: Steven Bonacorsi
  2. 2. Six Sigma in Action Time Tracking (Payroll)Customer Profile – GE IT Services Process Capability – BeforeBusiness Problem & ImpactNon-Exempt employees have to submit time-tracking twice,using Antenna and Excel payroll form. Cycle time is onaverage 30 min. weekly. Non-exempts have complained aboutthe nonproductive rework.Measure & AnalyzeData Collection: Cycle time for payroll remittance wasmeasured across two weeks by GEAE account non-exempts.Root Causes: Submitting time-tracking in two forms results inincreased cycle time and decreased productivity. Process Capability Analy Process Capability Analysis for Time Process Capability – AfterImprove & Control USL Process DataAntenna web based solution was developed to track employee USL Process Data USL 15.0000 15.0000 ST LTtime and submit to payroll. Cycle time and accuracy wasTarget LSL * Target * * LSL *measured during the first two weeks of rollout. Mean Sample N 8.2731 Mean 26 8.2731 StDev (ST) 3.34791 Sample N 26Results/Benefits StDev (LT) 5.14295 StDev (ST) 3.34791 StDev (LT) 5.14295After Antenna Payroll Implementation, median cycle time was Potential (ST) Capability Cp *reduced from 23.17 minutes to 8.27 minutes. The result is an CPU CPL 0.67 * Potential (ST) Capabilityexpected efficiency savings < 200 K (annually), as well as Cpk Cpm 0.67 Cp * * CPU -10 -5 0.67 0 5 10 15 20 25increased employee productivity.. CPL * Overall (LT) Capability Observed Performance Expected ST Performance Expected LT Performance Pp Cpk * PPM < LSL 0.67 * PPM < LSL * PPM < LSL * PPU Cpm 0.44 PPM > USL * 115384.62 PPM > USL 22253.27 PPM > USL 95438.54 A GEITS indirect Savings of $217K Annually! PPL Ppk * 0.44 PPM Total 115384.62 -10 PPM Total -5 22253.27 0 PPM Total 5 95438.54 10 Overall (LT) Capability Observed Performance Expected ST Perf

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