At the End of the Day . . .

Those of you who are passionate about excellence know that at the end of the day, it is this passion that enables you to envision the improbable, exceed your goals and create a new standard of performance – a standard that has its roots firmly planted in process excellence, measurement and accountability for results.

After posting more than 100 blogs that challenged Six Sigma naysayers and toured the W.O.W. Side, I have decided to take a small break from the blogging world. Before I go, I’d like to share a few last thoughts and comments. First, a special thanks to iSixSigma for allowing me the privilege to share my thoughts on the blogosphere. Thanks also to the many readers and posters who kept me on my toes.

In real six sigma fashion, I offer the following lesson learned from my five years of blogging: People may not always agree with what you say or find value in what you offer, but at the end of the day, if only one person walks away with a different question, thought or idea, then you have made a difference.

Excellence is an Attitude – Get One!

Comments 2

  1. MichaelMarx

    Gianna! It has been a huge pleasure reading your posts over the years.

    I will sorely miss your enthusiasm and wit that always shines through in your writing. Good thing I have a signed copy of "Six Sigma? Glad You Asked" to keep me company when I go through Gianna withdrawals :)

    Have you thought about making the move to Twitter? There is a large community of process improvement voices tweeting away and your song would be welcomed! Think about it.

  2. Jessica-Harper

    Gianna, I echo Michael’s sentiments… you will be missed! On behalf of iSixSigma, I’m honored to THANK YOU for the more than 100 posts. You have absolutely made a difference to many. And your inspired writings on customer service and naysayers will live on!

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