Six Sigma Methodology is a tremendously process improvement and product development step by step approach and help managers to proceed the operation process in achieving positive results by involving internal and external stakeholders of entire organization (J Antony et al., 2005; Banuelas Coronado & Antony, 2002e; De Mast & Lokkerbol, 2012b; Johannsen et al., 2011; Snee, 2004; Su & Chou, 2008). Moreover, Six Sigma Methodology is categorized into (1) Six Sigma DMAIC and (2) Six Sigma DMADV or Design of Six Sigma / IDDOV methodology depend on either existing process improvement or new product development to manage the operations activities. Six Sigma DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) is used existing process improvement. Six Sigma DFSS or DMADV (Define-Measure-Analyze-Design-Verify) / IDDOV (Identify, define, design, optimize and validate) is used for new development and design improvement of product/service (Linderman et al., 2003a). According to (Cudney & Furterer, 2012b), IDDOV methodology can be used to create new product/process redesign process that has never been implemented in the organization. Some authors claimed that Six Sigma Methodology is a step by step dynamic and systematic approach to improve organizational performance and build the long-term customer relationship. In support, HPO framework is an experimental approved theoretical structure that professionals can use to choose what needs to be done to improve hierarchical implementation, improve organizational performance and make it sustainable (economical). The HPO framework consists of five variables and 35 fundamental segments. The HPO look into demonstrated that there is a direct and positive relationship between the five HPO factors and focused execution: the higher the score on the HPO factor, the better the consequences of the association, and the lower the HPO score the lower the aggressive execution and competitive performance.