The Purpose, Scope and Value of a Six Sigma Project
Before the Project Begins
Six Sigma projects are meant to make the organization efficient. It is for this reason that one must ensure that the projects are efficient in themselves. One of the main criteria for a project to be efficient is that it must have well defined goals. Only once the goals are defined with clear articulation can plans be laid out to achieve them. Six Sigma projects have guidelines on defining the objectives of the project. There are three essential characteristics that the objective must possess. They are as follows:
Defining the Objectives
The Five Step Procedure for Defining the Scope, Purpose and Value of a Six Sigma Project
The details regarding how to perform each step are provided in the subsequent articles to make your six sigma journey easier.
- Deliverables at the end of Define Phase
- Step 1: Collect and Review Information
- Step 2: Defining a Scope for Your Project
- Step 3: Defining the Problem Statement
- Goal Statement & Problem Statement
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