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  • So far you guys have figured:
    1. Mike Harry the mad psychologist came out with the “1.5 shift”
    2. Bill Smith came out with the name “Six Sigma”, which is wrong because it is plus or minus 6 sigmas, so it is actually twelve sigma.
    You guys are missing who came up with the Methodology, and that was:
    3. Mario Perez-Wilson came up with the 5-Stage…[Read more]

  • ex SME replied to the topic Origins of Six Sigma in the forum General 13 years, 11 months ago

    It is interest to read your comments about Mario Perez-Wilson only influencing 52nd Street but when I was in Motorola, Mario Perez-Wilson introduced the MPCpS Methodology to achieve and sustain Six Sigma
    in my facility and in all the facilities listed below. I know this because I had the responsibility of implementing Six Sigma in many…[Read more]

  • ex SME replied to the topic Origins of Six Sigma in the forum General 13 years, 11 months ago

    Nonsense: Here is a post that discloses a different point of view:http://www.isixsigma.com/forum/showmessage.asp?messageID=43982Posted by: ex SME
    Posted on: Tuesday, 13th April 2004, 1:42 PMI have heard enough undeserved credit being given to Mike Harry and Richard Schroeder, who claim they invented Six Sigma, the DMAIC methodology and the Black…[Read more]

  • ex SME replied to the topic richard schroeder in the forum General 16 years, 6 months ago

    I have heard enough undeserved credit being given to Mike Harry and Richard Schroeder, who claim they invented Six Sigma, the DMAIC methodology and the Black Belt concept. In reality, these concepts were first developed and implemented by Mario Perez-Wilson at Motorola in the Semiconductor Sector, where I used to work.
    Mario (as I knew him…[Read more]