Six Sigma vs. BPM
- May 27, 2004 at 5:18 pm #35680
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This may seem to be a trivial question. I want to be able to differentiate between Six Sigma and Business Process Managment. I represent a small community bank and we are on the verge of moving forward with a quality/process improvement initiative. Can anyone clarify the differences between the two ? thanks0May 27, 2004 at 5:30 pm #100837
I am sure you will get desenting opinions on this, but BPM is the large umbrella for managing and improving all of your business processes. It would include such things as your enterprise software. Six sigma is a philosophy and toolset for improving processes that would fit in nicely under the BPM umbrella.
There are some nice seminars given on BPM and the vendors usually represented include the usual software suspects and so process focus consulting companies including a handful of Six Sigma providers.0
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