Developing a Combination of Lean and Six Sigma Impacting on Firm’s Competitive Advantage (A Case Study of Automotive Industrial in Thailand) Lean, Six Sigma, Competitive Advantage

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Abstract

Hence, the purpose of this study is to study the causes and effects of the integration of lean manufacturing and the Six Sigma systems that effect to the competitive advantage at the enterprise level of the automotive assembly industrial. Manufacturing of automotive parts in Thailand. The effect of causal factors was investigated. Effects of Lean Six Sigma Integration of Automotive Industry Firms in Thailand and Automotive Parts Manufacturing Industry in Thailand. To process Summary of the Lean Six Sigma integration approach that affects the competitiveness of organizations in the automotive industry in Thailand and study the relationship structure of automotive industry in Thailand. This research utilizes Lean Six Sigma concepts to improve the process by dynamically simulating the situation system to study the behavior of the service process. The purpose of this research is to investigate the causes and effects of the combination of lean and six sigma systems that affect the competitive advantage of the automotive parts industry in Thailand. Swimming the factors that create the competitive advantage. Overall, the importance is at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x}= 3.82, S.D.= 0.68) this can be detailed on each side.


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