New Definition of Six Sigma
January 2, 2004 at 9:12 pm #34204
I admire Peter Senge’s definition of Six Sigma as the last stage of quality evolution:the “RAMMP”Matrix-the “payoff”matrix-Best Practices-process maps-change acceleration-strategic initiative-making customers winners and the last (seven)stage:SIX-SIGMA QUALITY.
At the end we should all aim to achieve an integrated learning process when we try to involve and engage all employees and stake holders,identify and transfer best practicesfrom inside and outside the company,integrate all initiatives wit key human resource practices and finally to set stretch goals.
I don’t think the mathematical explanation of Six-Sigma is fair enough,rather it is limited and short sighted.The above explained comprehensive concept may serve QUALITY much beter.
Just my humble opinion,thank you friends for allowing me to express my opinion,regards to you all and happy new year, MN0January 3, 2004 at 12:30 am #93937
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Could you reference Senge on this? I’d be curious to know further since I have a long-standing interest in Learning Org theory and practice.
James0January 3, 2004 at 10:33 pm #93944
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