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Can We Use DMAIC to Improve Human Quality?

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    Rushdy Mustafa
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    Using DMAIC Methodologies to improve Human Quality?

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    #199359

    Rushdy Mustafa
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    Critical to qualities of human where God is the final judge of our Behaviour, which define our deliverables; our deeds and contribution to the World. How can we utilize the Methodologies of DMAIC to improve human race for a better ,safer, more meaningful World?

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    #199361

    Robert Butler
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    Well, the first order of business in DMAIC is that of Define. In this case you need to define your customer requirements. By your post it would appear that your customer is God. I’d recommend scheduling a meeting with that entity and getting a list of their CTQ’s.

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    #199364

    Chris Seider
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    @rbutler Wow….interesting blog here.

    I hope all is well my friend.

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    #199407

    Rushdy Mustafa
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    Mr. Butler,

    Yes, God is the customer. I don’t need to meet with him, God has met Prophet Moses Peace be upon him and sent him with the 10 commandments for CTQ’s needed. Moreover, God already sent approximately 34000 Prophets and Messenger with the same CTQ’s, In my opinion The Customer is not satisfied.

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    #199413

    Robert Butler
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    Well, there’s your first mistake. A good six sigma professional always makes it a point to talk to the customer directly – using second and third hand opinions concerning what other individuals think the customer wants, and then acting on the opinions of those individuals, is a good way to go wrong with great assurance.

    Seriously, if you really mean what you said in your second post, you need to go back and revisit the basic tenets/foundations of religions ( note the “s” at the end of that last word) and the basic tenets/foundations of process improvement methods such as six sigma. They don’t mesh.

    Religions are faith based with a surfeit of humanly irreproducible claims. Process improvement methods such as six sigma are data based and any claims made using their methods must be reproducible by any human who chooses to test them.

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