Improve Relationships and Communication for Six Sigma Projects

Recently, Ron Fredericks indicated to me potential need for new techniques or tools to help people and organizations optimize relationships and communication during Six Sigma projects.  The following statement (http://europe.isixsigma.com/library/content/c031110a.asp) reinforces such.

“Talk to Six Sigma practitioners and you’ll find a long list of avoidable time consumers. A recent survey of 242 Deployment Leaders, Master Black Belts and Black Belts produced the following list of ‘project extenders:  Lack of reliable data on the process selected for improvement  Re-scheduling of team meetings and ‘toll gate’ reviews  Changes in project scope  Shifting of management priorities  Resistance to change”

I am developing such techniques as applications of GIST (Gain Impact. Save Time.) thinking tools (http://www.embeddedcomponents.com/blogs/2006/12/dr-buckholtz-offers-his-new-ebook-titled-gist/ ).  I plan to provide specifics regarding the new techniques soon.

 

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