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SIX SIGMA OVERVIEW
Who Should Attend And Why
Anyone wanting to impact ‘change’ through
a strategic planning process or project management or
people or organisations wanting to improve operational
By The End Of The Workshop Participants
Will Be Able To:
Teamwork and Shared Strategic Vision
Measure Process Effectiveness and Business
Challenge Process Change
Introduce Professional Business
Introduce Operational and Organisational
Six Sigma is….
The biggest contributor to share price growth on Wall Street
in the 21st Century.
An ultimate process that changes the DNA of an Organisation
and it’s people
A series of tools that can be used in all walks of business
to optimise and mend “broken” processes
An excellent supplier/customer growth process
A process to create outstanding teamwork and shared vision
A methodology which becomes a Way of Life for Business
A methodology which does the following:
Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control (DMAIC)
Relevant for every employee;
- wanting to impact change
- managing projects
- wanting to improve their analytical skills
- desiring to improve their operational effectiveness
Strategic Business Planning
Creative Business Analysis using Process Flow Charting and
Failure Mode and Effective Analysis (FMEA) Tools
· Where are we Now?
· Where do we Want to be?’
· And.. How do we get there?
Business Prioritisation Tools
How to prioritise Business Goals and Objectives utilising
Cause and Effect software prioritisation tools
Creating Shared Strategic Visions
How to create a Shared Vision between all levels within
How to relate the Strategic Vision to Personal and Team
Objectives to ensure success.
How to utilise a RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consultation,
Informed) Matrix to maximise Communication and ‘Buy
In’ of the agreed Strategic Plan.
Sustaining the Success
How to utilise Management Control Loop Tools and Metrics
to sustain the ‘change’ benefit.
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