Six Sigma Total Quality Management

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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There are many factors that make up successful Six Sigma total quality management programs. Among them is a dedicated staff, the availability of enough resources, the right tracking tools, and talented individuals to help drive the process. In many cases, the shift to Six Sigma total quality management doesn't happen overnight, but, as many different companies' results have demonstrated, the shift can happen smoothly and with breakthrough results.

One very helpful factor is a staff that is united in a vision of increased productivity, reduced deviation, and heightened customer service. By instructing all of a staff in the basic methods of Six Sigma total quality management, many companies have been able to smoothly implement the many changes that often result from the Six Sigma process. Many different kinds of employees can often contribute valuable information to the brainstorming and data analysis process, and aid Black Belts in producing effective control plans.

Experts in Six Sigma Total Quality Management

Six Sigma Champions are often in the position to proved Black Belts and other various members of Six Sigma teams with the right resources to successfully facilitate change. Training is available for executives of all levels to learn about Six Sigma, its adaptability, and its results. By familiarizing even senior executives with the concepts of Six Sigma, they can help direct the rest of the business towards the new goals and processes as well.

Other important factors in shifting towards Six Sigma total quality management include having the right Black Belts on staff to guide the process. Black Belts are expert Six Sigma practitioners, and often use high-quality tracking tools and data software to help them consolidate information and present quantitative results to those overseeing the projects. Black Belts often work closely with a team or teams of Green Belts to systematically test existing operations and develop innovative strategies to improve upon them.


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