March 03, 2009

Six Sigma and Organisational Learning

Now a days competition is getting toughter. There is too much pressure on every organisation. One must continoursly improve and help keep customers satisfied may be through cost cutting or improving quality or both.

One person  (Peter Senge) rightly wrote "Learning Disability are tragic in children but fatal in organization".

What helps a organisation to overcome disability is organisational learning. It helps with understanding threats and finding out more opportunities.

The threats faced can be worked on by implementing six sigma as six sigma helps an organisation learn as excel, may be through the dmaic process. May be by completing the cycle you can analyse the problem and come up with solutions.

I think Presto Pizza is a learning organisation. It also implemented six sigma to help solve the problems and be a learning organisation.


- 2 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. abhi. so r u going to do question 5 or 6 as I read u talk about both now?

    04 Mar 2009, 12:29

  2. I was confused before. Now I am working on question 5.

    04 Mar 2009, 16:29


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