Six Sigma Success Starts at the Top

by admin on March 3, 2009

in Articles and White Papers

Success in achieving the quality leadership and defect, or error-free, levels sought with Six Sigma depends almost completely on whether chief executive officers accept responsibility for their non-delegable roles. These responsibilities are strikingly similar to those CEOs routinely take – and would never delegate – in managing for financial results. This article describes the seven things every CEO must do.

Six Sigma Success Starts at the Top

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