The Six Sigma Theory

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The Six Sigma Theory:

The Six Sigma theory was first developed by Motorola in 1981 and currently sees expansive application across industries. The theory is based on the doctrine of mitigation of defects and consequently improving the quality of deliverables. It addresses the principle of minimizing variability to successfully attain quality. It integrates quality management and statistical tools to produce a system within the organization. Using this theory, specific steps are defined to reach specific targets. Designated targets can be anything that is imperative for the client or the project that is being developed. It could be related to costs, time frame, or safety mechanisms.

The cornerstones of Six Sigma theory:

  • For definite results, continuous effort is important
  • Every business has characteristics that can be quantified, analyzed and improved
  • For sustaining and attaining quality a commitment from the entire organization is essential

Distinctive elements of this theory:

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