Six Sigma is being practiced all across the globe. With more than 190 countries in the world and even more cultures, the likelihood that deployments would enjoy a local flavor is high.
This study looks at aspects of a deployment from a geographical perspective. While there are some differences among regions and from country to country, there are actually many similarities in Six Sigma deployments – from the language in which the methodology is taught to the most common rewards for a job well done.
Total survey respondents: 1,092
- 41 percent of respondents said their company’s Six Sigma deployment is in one country
- 22 percent of respondents said their company’s Six Sigma deployment spans more than 15 countries
- 83 percent of respondents (excluding those in the United States, Canada and United
Kingdom) said their received Six Sigma instruction in English
- 17 percent of respondents (excluding those in the United States, Canada and United
Kingdom) said they received Six Sigma training in their native language
- 2.7 is the average number of projects that respondents said Black Belts are able to complete
in one year
- 6.7 is the average number of months that respondents reported it takes to complete
a Black Belt project
- And much, much more!