What is Six Sigma?

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Six Sigma is a set of practices to systematically improve processes by eliminating defects. A defect is defined as failure of a product, process or service in meeting requirements of internal or external customers.

What does Six Sigma competence provide you?

  • The ability to deliver business benefits effectively.
  • The knowledge and skillset to enhance efficiency of processes and workflows.
  • Competence, which is highly demanded in the industry (Analytical, Statistical, Facilitation, Project Management Skills etc.)
  • Ideal preparation for a leadership role.

Six Sigma as a management methodology has helped thousands of professionals world over to reduce cycle times, increase productivity and improve quality and delivery of processes.

What if your organization does not practice Six Sigma?

The skillset you gain through Six Sigma methodology is useful in a wide variety of situations. If you apply the philosophy, methods and tools at your workplace, you are likely to be identified and appreciated by peers and seniors. If you succeed in completing an improvement project, your professional stature is elevated and it clearly shows your readiness for more important roles in the company.

How have people been benefiting by using Six Sigma?

Have a look at participant videos that show the kind of impact Six Sigma training, learning and application has made in their professional lives and their companies. Please visit video section in our Open Forum.

Is Six Sigma useful in your Industry?

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