Download now Free registration required
Other quality management systems were unable to achieve the same level of success because instead of using a data-based approach, they relied on conventional methods of decision-making, namely "Intuitive" and "Authoritative". These methods may have worked well at the beginning of the industrial revolution, but due to the increasing complexity of business processes, these methods failed to achieve the desired results. In comparison, Six Sigma's insistence on following a data-based approach enabled it to undertake quality improvements even in the most complex business processes that exist in globalized world. Decisions based on gut feelings and personal opinions may work wonders sometimes, but since these decisions are unverifiable, it does not make sense to implement such decisions, especially in high-stakes Six Sigma implementation projects.
- Format: HTML
- Size: 0 KB