Six Sigma Organization Structure


 
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Six Sigma Organization Structure
Eli Pablo
Usually, Six Sigma organizations are composed of the following:
Champions - these are members of the Senior Management Team with responsibility for the success of the quality initiative;
Master Black Belts - these are the teachers, trainers, reviewers, and the mentors of the Black Belts (full-time);
Black Belts - these are the leaders of the teams that employ the DMAIIC or DMADV (full-time);
Green Belts - are the owners of projects that improve a process or product (part-time); and the
Deployment Team - which are composed of key stakeholders, firm, or supplier resources assigned to a Six Sigma Project (part/full-time)
 

 























 


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