Project Type MQP Submission date 2008-04-23 Authors Matthew J McCarthy, MGE Eric M Zuendoki, IE URN E-project-042308-165608 Title Six Sigma Analysis: The Design and Implementation Advisor Zhu, Joe, MG Availability unrestricted
The purpose of this project was to gain a strong understanding of Six Sigma management philosophy, concepts, and practices and to apply this knowledge to creating a Six Sigma academic course or training program. This was done through three main methods: preliminary research and data collection, the creation of a design model for Six Sigma academic course/training program establishment, and the creation of a Six Sigma academic course/training program syllabus. The preliminary research consisted of conducting a Six Sigma knowledge survey with the students of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, interviewing a Six Sigma expert, and examining current Six Sigma educational programs in other universities, businesses, and organizations.
Files Six_Sigma_Analysis.doc Six_Sigma_Analysis.pdf
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