Six Sigma

Six Sigma is a method that drives business performance improvement by reducing or narrowing variation in work or in quality. The goal is to reach a statistical variation of Six Sigma (or six standard deviations of variation) within the limits defined by the customer’s specifications.

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Since its introduction in 1987, Six Sigma has become one of the most recognized enterprise improvement methodologies for companies seeking to identify business problems, define improvement opportunities and projects, and deliver solutions to realize predictable and repeatable results.

Source: Guide to the Business Process Management Body of Knowledge – ABPMP BPM CBOK V3.0.

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