Survey: Six Sigma Project Failure

iSixSigma Magazine’s latest research survey is live!

This survey dives into the deep pool of Six Sigma project failure. What does “failure” mean? You tell us what project failure means at your company. Is it when a Six Sigma project fails to deliver the expected improvements? Fails to get completed, or fails to stay in control? Once we know what failure means we’ll get into finding out the root causes for failure.

This is your chance tobe heard. The survey is only 22 questions (that’s a 5 to 10 minute investmentof your time). The full results will be published in the November/December issue of iSixSigma Magazine, and I’ll surely post the highlights here on the Blogosphere. Thanks for your support!

Comments 1

  1. gwane

    Failure means not being successful in one thing that you want to do or to the things you want to achieve. Like failing in your plan in the future. One of the most devastating things for your financial future is financial procrastination financial procrastination. This applies especially to savings, and also investment and retirement. One of the cardinal rules about financial planning is that the longer you are investing constantly, or constantly putting aside, the more you end up with in the end. (Duh.) Simply putting aside a few payday loans worth every year will add up over time – a couple thousand per annum, with interest, adds up to thousands more after 20 years than 10.

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