The #3 reason why Six Sigma initiatives fail

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The #3 reason why Six Sigma initiatives fail

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Six Sigma Failure ComicEach month since August, 2014, I have been counting down the top 5 reasons why continual improvement initiatives like Lean and Six Sigma fail in organizations. So far, I’ve published reason # 5, “Wrong Projects”, and reason# 4, “Missing Foundations” .

This month, I describe the #3 reason why Six Sigma and Lean initiatives fail : “Intrinsic Benefit Not Recognized”.

Click here to download whitepaper–> The #3 Reason for Failure – Intrinsic Benefit not Recognized 

As good practitioners of Six Sigma we firmly believe that Y = f(x), i.e., for every success and for every failure that are identifiable causes. To that end, we invite you to subscribe to our Blog and download this COMPLIMENTARY five-part whitepaper series on the five most important and common reasons why Six Sigma, Lean or any other process excellence or continual improvement initiatives fails in organizations.

To download the previous whitepapers and other resources, visit the Resources page.

See you next month!

 

To your continued success,

Stephen Zagarola

Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt
Managing Partner, Northwest Center for Performance Excellence

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