Six Sigma Forum Magazine - February 2002 - ASQ

Six Sigma Forum Magazine - February 2002

Volume 1 • Number 2

  • LEADERSHIP
    The Honeywell Edge Open Access
    The company’s leaders discuss how they’ve made Six Sigma their change engine for success and the way their people see the world.
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  • FINANCIAL SERVICES
    Achieving Six Sigma Quality in Financial Services (PDF, 68 KB)
    It’s an important step for companies that want sustainable results.
    Dennis Attenello, Attenello and Associates Inc.
    John Uzzi, Roy W. Walters & Associates Inc.
  • CAREERS
    Six Sigma Payoff (PDF, 50 KB)
    Quality professionals with Six Sigma training are increasing in number and earning more.
    Debbie Phillips-Donaldson, Quality Progress magazine
  • PROGRAM DESIGN
    How To Implement Six Sigma for Maximum Benefit (PDF, 77 KB)
    A well-conceived program can result in competitive advantage.
    Charles R. Gowen III, Northern Illinois University.
  • CULTURE
    Manage Behavioral Changes (PDF, 65 KB)
    Six Sigma success has as much to do with people changes as it does with process changes.
    Tracy Thurkow, CLG Inc.
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Merging Six Sigma and IT (PDF, 53 KB)
    It requires automatic capture of measurements and calculation of compliance.
    Tim Young, Proxima Technology

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