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The Social Success of Six Sigma

David Straker

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Success of Six Sigma

Yasar Jarrar and Andy Neely, Six Sigma, For and Against, UK Excellence, April/May 2003 highlights some of the real reasons for Six Sigma success, including education, culture and leadership. indicates some of the reported savings from the use of Six Sigma at major companies. reports on success in IT and advises taking a realistic and customising approach.

Failure of Six Sigma implementation – a discussion thread on iSixSigma around instances where the approach has failed. - gives examples where Six Sigma did not work and points out some of its limitations. includes pro- and anti- responses to an article on Six Sigma.

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