Critical Thinking: Six Sigma (100 points)
Six Sigma is a continuous improvement strategy that aids an organization in identifying, reducing, and eliminating defects from any product, process, or transaction. When using Six Sigma, a solution is not generally known at the beginning but becomes clear through use of the Six Sigma strategy. Within the first three paragraphs of a 4-5 page paper, not including the cover and reference pages, identify a problem for improvement in an organization with which you are familiar, and detail an objective or desired outcome. In the remaining pages, detail the metrics that would measure success and why those are appropriate, and explain the process for determining root causes, and what tools would be used to follow through on the steps of the Six Sigma strategy.
Be sure to use at least two scholarly, peer-reviewed reference in supporting your answer. Current sources are those published within the most recent five-year period, and scholarly sources are those from peer-reviewed journals.
Make certain for each listed reference that you have at least one supporting citation in the body of your content. Your reference page is always the last page of the submission where all individual references get listed.
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