Projects are where the work and changes occur with
Six Sigma Plus . It all starts with the Strategic Plan which is the responsibility of Executive Leadership and cannot be delegated to anyone else.
Project selection is probably the single biggest criteria in achieving early success in
Six Sigma Plus
implementation. Project selection must be consistent with the strategy of the organization.
Starting from the strategic plan Management, Champions and
Black Belts can develop a large area of potential projects. They must then
narrow the focus of those to a definite project for a specific
Black Belt (project manager).
The project becomes the full time job for that Black Belt. Experienced
Black Belts may have more than one project running at the same time. The
Black Belt, with support of other people in the organization, uses the process to develop possible solutions and select the solution that is determined to be best.
Implementation of the project solution then becomes the challenge for all who will be impacted by it. No one is allowed to sit on the sidelines. As part of the implementation there must be a control plan to assure that the gains realized by the project are never lost.
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