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Initiate a company wide campaign of innovation through the Six Sigma Belts PowerPoint Template. This template is a presentation of the different levels of management in a Six Sigma organization. It concisely demonstrates the basic functions and responsibility of professionals in each level. The presenter can elaborate more on each level of expertise by discussing level by level roles that affect the efficiency of the process model.  It can create a significant input in the company’s management innovation by highlighting the benefits and advantages of integrating Six Sigma roles in the organization. This PowerPoint template is designed to fully be customized by the presenter.  The presenter can maximize the potentials of the template by coordinating unique presentation approach with the advantages of having a set of certified Six Sigma professionals.

The main objective of Six Sigma is to minimize the PPM (Part per Million) defects or reduce them to a known number of times in every million opportunities. Six Sigma is a Data Driven approach methodology by nature, allowing the management of the organizations to monitor continuous improvement in analytical fashion.

Six Sigma combined with the principles of Lean Manufacturing aims to reduce waste, defects and unnecessary efforts to the least possible amount while increasing customer satisfaction. This integration is called the Lean Six Sigma.

Have you ever wondered why Six Sigma leveling is inspired by karate belts? As it turned out, this management approach was started out by a Japanese firm that took over Motorola in 1986. Karate is a popular sport in Japan, the homeland of the originators of Six Sigma. Hence, the karate belts associated with the Six Sigma professionals. According to history, karate belts’ colors which represent rankings are determined by the length of practice a karateka have. It was brought by the practical circumstances where the wear and tear of a piece of clothing affects its color.  The longer time he or she has been practicing karate, the darker the belt is.

The metaphor of the Six Sigma belts is mapped to the organization Role Maturity in applying the quality management process.

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