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					                       The Power Of Six Sigma

Since Six Sigma is being embraced by more and more companies throughout the world,
there arises a severe need among the professionals to gain Six Sigma Training in order to
become the best and to rise in the eyes of their bosses. During the selection process and
criteria, the major crises faced by the Human Resource Development Professionals is to
determine whether a professional really possess Six Sigma Certification and skills or not. In
case, you want to become a senior manager in a firm, you need to be sure of the fact that
you have the skills required as well as know the general overview of the program. You
must also know about the financial and business benefits of the project implementation
and should be able to relate the project and its implications to your company’s benefits in
the coming future.

Six Sigma comes into play. Derived from the Greek symbol, Sigma; it is another name for
variability and change. It is a quality control tool which aims at providing you a better idea
to look into some brighter prospects of project management and how to deal with projects
effectively. Experimenting with Six Sigma can be complete fun! If we try to implement the
Six Sigma techniques and try to use these techniques in our business, it can bring a
complete innovation and revolution into your business. It can completely change the way
you look at business and the way you handle it. Today, Six Sigma is looked upon as a way to
create excellence into your organization. But you must be thinking that how can this
excellence be created? Simple enough. Six Sigma does that through an application of
continuous quality improvement. Now, today we are going to reveal and discover how Six
Sigma can be used in the creative field of Job analysis. This field has never been touched
before and we are going to explore exactly that.

As we all know that job analysis is a very crucial part of the HRD Department, Six Sigma
therefore fits into the agenda perfectly. Job analysis basically deals with what kind of
persons are totally suitable for the job and how their skills could be molded into the best
possible use. This way the best results and total efficiency can be guaranteed within the
framework of the job. Whenever jobs are analyzed, there is always a chance of internal
structure change, flow of activities as well as positions of earlier employees. Six Sigma
proves to be beneficial as it aims at providing a consistent but a continuous approach
which needs to be followed within an organization.

The detailed process includes, defining the goals and objectives. It leads to the setting up of
the standards and identifying the inconsistencies, which may prove harmful for the jobs.
Later on, the data based on the current progress is evaluated. This data is later converted
into flow charts and records which can be used to show progress step by step and correct
any fallibility in the project. Later the reasons for the defect s are analyzed through which a
cause and effect sequence is prepared. Various analytical tools are used in order to check
for the root cause analysis, brainstorming, ABC analysis etc.

Later the HR professionals work on trying to improve these defects and chalk out new
solutions, equipments, technology and cease defects. Last, but not the least, Six Sigma is
beneficial in order to bring about controlling the change made during the improvement
stage. Control is very much required for the implementation for new changes successfully.
It brings about the implementation and standardization within an organization. We all
know that control is a long time process and is very much mandatory if we want to
continue with the success of an organization.

Therefore, there is not a one or two, but there is a Six Times better approach towards
project management with Six Sigma Training! It is reliable, perfect and user friendly!
C’mon, let’s go in for a Lean Six Sigma!!

				
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