How Do You Describe Six Sigma in Three Words?


Posted by: meikah | 6 December 2012 | 10:25 pm

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A month ago, Ian Mitchell, Programme Director at American Express in Warrington, United Kingdom, posted on the Lean Six Sigma LinkedIn group, this question: How do you describe Six Sigma in 3 words?

A flurry of interesting answers came pouring in. My reply was:

Establish. Measure. Improve.

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You can see some of the other replies in the image, too. As of this time, there are 233 replies. Let me share with you some more:

Craig Cunning CAPM • Clean, Efficient, Effective

Roger LaFleur • Monitored Controlled Variables

Ian Robertson • Process variation control

Albert xu • tools, ways , culture

Ken Albrecht • Processes Precisely Performed

Parthasarathy Bhaumik • Opportunity, Alignment, Success

What about you, how do you describe Six Sigma in 3 words?

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2 Responses to “How Do You Describe Six Sigma in Three Words?”

  1. 6u2m4n says :

    Involve – Improve – Loop

  2. Usman says :

    Very Good Read.
    Its pleasant to read about Lean And Six Sigma. The more you read, the more you get in-depth knowledge. I have seen many business people who dont know what is Lean and Six Sigma. It’s all awareness issue. So let me share with you another knowledgable stuff. Must Read.
    http://kinverg.com/services/education/six-sigma
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/124507636/Introduction-to-Lean-Six-Sigma


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