Six Sigma

Will the Six Sigma business strategy work for you? Read more about this method that strives to reduce defects and improve quality. Whether you’re a newbie or a black belt, you’re sure to learn something from Bright Hub PMs collection of articles, tips and templates. Learn the different ways you can use Six Sigma to benefit your own company.

Tips for Effective Data Measurement in Six Sigma Projects

Six Sigma methodology relies heavily on data for understanding process performance and for decision making. One needs to know how to measure data properly, to prevent errors and incorrect conclusions. Learn two key principles to measure effectively in your Six Sigma project.

Steps in Six Sigma Methodology: Following a Systematic Approach

Six Sigma is a philosophy and methodology for managing processes and performance. It goes beyond just isolated improvement projects, and is best implemented using a system of components designed to clarify an organization’s goals, stakeholders, and needs. All these steps contribute to its success.

Sample Six Sigma Histogram in Excel

When analyzing data in the Six Sigma quality process, a histogram can be used as a valuable tool. In the opening segment of this series, we’ll discuss the usage of this type of chart and how to prepare the data that is to be represented in the histogram as well as give an example.

Review – SigmaFlow’s

We use a variety of project management software, but can using one geared toward Six Sigma really help? Or, can you define the defects upfront on your own? We took a look at SigmaFlow’s Lean Six Sigma Software tools to find out.

About Six Sigma Certification

About Six Sigma Certification

Perhaps you have Six Sigma training but are not certified. Perhaps your employer offers Six Sigma certification but you wonder if it will be accepted by other employers or in other settings. Learn about your options for becoming certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt or Six Sigma Green Belt.

Six Sigma Myths and Realities – How Effective is Six Sigma?

Six Sigma is one of the most popular quality tools today. But how much of it is substance, and how much of it is hype? Can it backfire? Do organizations get carried away and try to implement Six Sigma without ascertaining its suitability for the organization or the problems it faces?