Posted by: meikah | 7 October 2008 | 10:11 pm
Here are some points:
- First Six Sigma started as breakthrough tool, then commoditized (where it lacks the creative thinking), and then drifted back toward continuous improvement.
- Six Sigma is qualitative, not quantitative, in nature. It’s a way of reasoning in a very scientific deductive way to achieve a dream — without all the data and statistics and everything else.
- Six Sigma way of reasoning is a perfect tool for work teams; young people can walk in, pick it up, and lead their teams in a methodical way that guides them to breakthrough.
The way, Dr. Harry describes Six Sigma is that it is a rigorous discipline, and more importantly it is a science. Pretty interesting!