As organizations adopt and deploy Six Sigma, they go through 5 stages of maturity, outlined in the Six Sigma Maturity Model. The intent of the model is to help Six Sigma practitioners, deployment leaders, and executives:|
- Benchmark where their companies stand in relation to broader patterns experienced by other organizations.
- Assess the areas of strength and performance gaps in their deployments.
- Pinpoint specific steps they might take to close gaps and graduate to the next stage of their Six Sigma journey.
- Communicate progress to their Six Sigma teams and to the broader community within their companies to garner support for their continuous improvement efforts.
This model is designed as a general guideline, not a prescriptive roadmap for Six Sigma implementation.
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