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Leading Six Sigma: A Step-by-Step Guide Based on Experience with GE and Other Six Sigma Companies by Roger W. Hoerl, Ronald D. Snee

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Project Identification/Prioritization System

We discussed initial project selection in Chapter 4. When the Black Belts have completed their first project, they are ready to take on another project. You don't want to lose any momentum. After this new project has gotten under way, full-time Black Belts will be ready to take on a second project simultaneously. This ramp-up will continue until fully operational Black Belts are handling three or four projects at a time.

Clearly, with a lot of Black Belts working in an organization you need to plan carefully to ensure that you have important, high-impact projects identified and ready to go when the Black Belts are ready. A frequent mistake companies make is waiting for the Black Belt to finish a project ...

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