The Composition and the Reporting Structure
Any Six Sigma Team usually has 7 types of personnel and a three layer reporting structure. The details of the same are as follows:
The internal communication of a Six Sigma team is highly informal. This is because every project has different requirements and the working cannot be generalised. However, before the beginning of any project, explicit roles and responsibilities are assigned to every person on the team.
However, team members are also requested to be vigilant and enthusiastic about any new needs that may arise during the execution of the project.
The following matrix explains the different stages of the Six Sigma project, where different personnel are required. The roles and responsibilities of each of these personnel have been mentioned in detail in the later articles of this module
|PROJECT IDENTIFICATION STAGE||Project Champion|
|DEFINE||Project Champion||Project Lead||Finance Certifier||Process Owner||Project Coach|
|MEASURE||Project Team||Project Lead||Project Coach|
|ANALYSE||Project Team||Project Lead||Project Coach|
|IMPROVE||Project Team||Project Lead||Project Coach|
|CONTROL||Project Team||Project Lead||Project Coach|
|PROJECT CLOSING||Project Team||Project Lead||Finance Certifier||Process Owner||Project Coach||Project Champion|
|Special Knowledge Team May Be Deployed As Required At Any Stage|
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