Total Quality Management,
6 Sigma DEFINITION: Six Sigma is a management philosophy developed by Motorola that emphasizes setting extremely high objectives, collecting data, and analyzing results to a fine degree as a way to reduce defects in products and services. The Greek letter sigma is sometimes used to denote variation from a standard. The philosophy behind Six Sigma is that if you measure how many defects are in a process, you can figure
Six Sigma definition sponsored by SearchCIO.com, powered by WhatIs.com an online computer dictionary
Unsure if dynamic case management (DCM) is the right strategy for your organization? In this e-guide, Neil Ward-Duton, co founder and research director of MWD Advisors answers top DCM questions and reveals its key benefits to business success.
Read this expert e-guide from SearchHealthIT.com to learn how healthcare organizations can best utilize big data. Click through to learn how hospitals are leveraging analytics to further the benefits of Lean and Six Sigma methodologies.
Open system technology has introduced real threats to data; making loss—whether from theft, malicious manipulation or inadvertent misuse—easier than before. The IBM i has exceptional audit capabilities making it one of the most secure technology platforms. Read this white paper to learn how the IBM i might be a good solution for your organization.
Learn how industry leaders such as the companies profiled in this study are using Lean Six Sigma approaches to enable significant innovation opportunities that have far-reaching impacts on their businesses.
TechTarget provides enterprise IT professionals with the information they need to perform their jobs - from developing strategy, to making cost-effective IT purchase decisions and managing their organizations' IT projects - with its network of technology-specific websites, magazines and events.