5 Ways Learning Six Sigma Can Help Elevate Your Business Reputation
To eliminate product and service problems, the process to get there needs to be assessed first.
Six Sigma is not a new concept.
In fact, it was developed in the 1980s by Motorola.
Six Sigma is a management philosophy that focuses on specific initiatives.
For instance, the primary objectives include setting goals or objectives, the collection of data, and detailed analysis processes.
The theory behind Six Sigma is that if you can detect flaws or defects in a process systematically, you can find ways to eliminate the problems.
In effect, this will result in perfection – or as close to it as possible.
Click the read more button to discover the 5 not-so-obvious benefits of using Six Sigma as shared by Debbie Allen…read more
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It is a chaotic, disconnected communication silo that results in lost messages, forgotten documents, unmet work requests, and an unending conveyor belt of busy work.
Email is a significant drain on time and resources, particularly considering that 100 emails will occupy more than half of an enterprise workers day.
This significantly limits the time enterprise workers have to actually do their work.
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Regardless of where you are in your career, which function you hold, and what your day-to-day responsibilities are, being a process-oriented individual is critical for optimal success. Processes create efficiencies, improve communication, give an organization a sense of structure, can guide companies through the toughest of times and the best of times, can prevent chaos from erupting in all types of scenarios. If a key employee leaves, if a company is scaling quickly, if a company is downsizing quickly, or if a new client is brought on board—all of these are scenarios in which having clear processes in place prior to the event will help transitions happen far more efficiently and smoothly, and keep business running as usual otherwise. If you don’t have appropriate processes in place for events like these, chaos can ensue quickly. Cara Aley provides some fabulous project management and process-oriented books that are well worth reading for the operations-driven individual.read more
Change Management Expert Bill Matthies Shows Consumer Products Companies How to Achieve Goals in New Book, ‘The 7 Keys to Change’, Personal Empowerment Techniques Must Be Used to Help Employeesread more
Knowing and thoroughly understanding the skills of project management can help in a diverse array of fields and roles. However, learning the information is not as simple as just making the decision to become a project manager. In order to really know what you are doing, consider the following tips…read more
ManpowerGroup: Create Environments that Develop Women Leaders — Women Remain Under-represented in Leadership Roles Despite Chronic Talent Shortages… (Labor shortage? what labor shortage???)read more
Change management is one of the trickier aspects of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS). Without proper planning and communication, managing change can quickly become a quagmire of objections and employee resistance. Careful planning prior to implementing change management strategies helps ease staff into new ways of thinking. Guest bloger Michael Deavon shares his insight into managing change without changing management.read more
If you are already working as a project manager, your busy work schedule will not allow you to attend classes on a regular basis. So you have to consider joining an online PMP Exam Prep course to acquire the knowledge and skills required to clear the certification exam. Guest blogger Sandhya Sriya discusses some important points to keep in mind, while comparing different PMP training providers.read more
These are very basic points that can assist any PM — Whether it’s your first project or your hundredth. Many times it is the simplest and basic of things that have tripped us up and caused more harm than good. Guest blogger Michael C. Deavon discusses 7 basic things the novice as well as veteran can use.read more