One person is One person. A Company is many persons. Its Management’s responsiblity to identify the company’s areas that require improvement. And it is their responsibility to use their Black Belt to fix the biggest problems. And the Black Belt will lead the team, identify the root causes and provide a best practice. Processes won’t imp…[Read more]
Complete a project with undeniable hard savings and you’ll get your support.
I’m a Black Belt in Japan and its the same bull crap(barriers like no support, etc) over here too. My first project was a classic NON-Classic SS Project. I did the best I could and produced soft savings. Not a lot of respect with soft savings.
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Michael Wiley replied to the topic Six Sigma on Business Processes (non-manufacturing) in the forum General 20 years, 11 months ago
1. Our Diagnostic was exhausting; a couple of months with the aide of a consulting group turning out roughly 30 Opportunities, 11 which passed management approval and I just completed the first off the list.
2. The Champion
3. First two team meetings
4. I will drill a General Direction Project Definition down to its specifics point out wh…[Read more]
Like the bumber sticker says “Shift Happens”. This is accounting for uncontrollable events.
We all may know a little background on why the shift is included in calculating Sigma Level, for one, Motorola uses it and their semi-conductor processes are extremely complex, but its origin comes from Carl Friedr. Gaub back in 1777-1855.
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