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What is Six Sigma?
Six Sigma is a powerfully dynamic approach
to process improvement in order to do things better, faster, and at a
lower cost. It has been applied to every facet of business, ranging from
production to human resources, to order entry and technical support.
Six Sigma began in the mid-1980s at Motorola in response to the needs of a sale force faced with increasing customer dissatisfaction and competitive pressures. To address these issues, Motorola developed a set of formulas and tools to identify and measure performance based on your customer's inputs in order to increase efficiency. The phases of the Six Sigma Road Map are:
Managers and business leaders with concerns about costs, timeliness, and quality of results will benefit from the Six Sigma approach. This training course will address three major challenges facing Human Resources:
Unlike other quality improvement efforts, Six Sigma uses a specific philosophy, measure, and methodology to provide tangible savings that are directly traceable to the bottom line. The benefits of adopting a Six Sigma approach include:
Over the last few decades, Six Sigma has emerged as the industry standard along with Lean Management techniques to tackle these and other issues (defects) facing Human Resources. This training provides opportunities through interactive online discussions to explore and establish best practices and answer real-life issues during the Q& A Segment of the training.
This course is to help students understand HR excellence through the use of Six Sigma processes and approaches. We live in a world of intense competition and organizations that can reduce waste and maximize their quality, efficiency, and rate of continuous improvement will attract and retain better employees and sustainable results which adds to the bottom line.
In order for participants to excel, they should have some basic knowledge of computer applications such as Excel and be able to commit to completing a Six Sigma Project.
When participants complete the training course, they will be ready to start a basic Six Sigma project and know how to use the tools to gather data, how to interpret the data and sustain efficiency in their process of 70 percent or better.