Six Sigma (6σ)
Six Sigma is a strategy that gives organizations a structured means to improve business processes and solve problems. In other words, it is a methodology that uses different improvement tools in an effort to continuously improve business processes. The main focus or intention of Six Sigma is to decrease process variation and improve the quality of products and services. The result of improved business processes leads to increased performance, reduced defects, reduced variation, improved use of capital and resources and more stable and consistent results/outputs.
Different aspects of Six Sigma definition:
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