Managers are no longer the only ones responsible for seeing that work is done right and done well
Managers are no longer the only ones responsible for seeing that work is done right
and done well. Increasingly, anyone in an organization may be called on
to see that an improvement effort is completed on time and achieves results
that are worth the investment.
But how can you tell if an improvement or design effort is going well?
How can you tell if the right work is being done?
That's where Guiding Successful Six Sigma Projects comes in.
This handy guide can help anyone who takes part in or oversees an improvement
or design effort. It summarizes roles, project steps, and key points you
need to check throughout a project. Whether you are a manager, project
sponsor, Master Black Belt, or Black Belt, you can use this guide to:
- Plan agendas for periodic meetings with a team
- Review the critical checkpoints and questions before or during a
meeting with a project team
- Create a checklist or chart to monitor progress of a project
- Determine which projects or efforts are being done well and deserve
- Determine what level of effort and resources may be needed in a project
Project participants or team members can also use it to understand what
their managers will expect of them at various stages in a project.
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