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This webinar will help in understanding the relationship between Project Management and Six Sigma. It will also inform us how we can eliminate inordinate delays, time and cost overruns, user dissatisfaction and maintenance problems. It will also talk about software processes and best practices.
Lean Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology that combines tools and methods of both Lean and Six Sigma, as the name implies. While Lean focuses on speed and flow, Six Sigma process focuses on quality (defects and process variation). Lean does not make a process stable or under statistical control.
Integrating Six Sigma techniques with the project management methodologies is the way to go for companies focussing on continuous improvement. Many organizations implement Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, and Total Quality Control to assist in new product development, to reduce the cost of development, improve manufacturing efficiency or to enter new markets. Most organizations integrate the Six Sigma method to the project management tools and processes so as to gain maximum advantage.
The DMAIC Six Sigma methodology i.e. Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control provides a structured approach to solving business issues. The tools used in Six Sigma are primarily to identify the root causes for process defects so that the company can provide to the customers consistent quality products on time and at low cost. The project management tools and techniques emphasis the project attributes such as development, control, completion etc.
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