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Become the best in class using six sigma plus. Your total quality 
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Six Sigma Plus implementation strategy should opt for the start up and training of Senior Management, Champions and Black Belts. Black Belt training should not take more than six months and within two months of the completion of the training you should be finished with your first project with meaningful results demonstrated.


Leadership in Six Sigma Plus starts at the very top of the organization and requires support of 
Six Sigma Plus as an active participant. Project selection, people selection, project reviews and reward/recognition are a few specifics for Senior Management Leadership.


Six Sigma Plus changes come though the completion of various projects. Projects are lead by a Project Manager (Blackbelt) that has had training and understands how to apply needed tools and techniques at various stages of the project. Successful Blackbelt Projects find it necessary to make changes to existing systems and processes. If change is not welcome in your organization  Six Sigma Plus will be of little value.


People development activities have to occur through out all of the organization. Tools and techniques of  
Six Sigma Plus should be taught everyone in the organization for understanding of underlying concepts and in order to be capable of participating on a Six Sigma Plus project team.


Leadership and team skills are essential for anyone that will be on a
Six Sigma Plus project. In addition to the Six Sigma Plus project these skill will have application in all areas of work and off the job.

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