Six Sigma is a business management strategy originated at Motorola in the mid 80s. Later in the mid 90s, it was made into a household name by Jack Welch of GE. Today, Six Sigma is a widely used strategy for improving the quality of processes. The Six Sigma quality improvement model is DMAIC - Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control.
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How do ITIL and Six Sigma operate together?
Working together ITIL and Six Sigma can be thought of as the what and how of your Service Desk processes. While an ITIL-based framework for your Service Desk is universally accepted as the way to build a best-in-class Service Desk, Six Sigma is a deployment strategy that describes a process for selection of improvement projects and provides a governance process.
- Using Six Sigma, the proven business-driven quality method, brings priority and focus to the business bottom line for IT management.
- Using Six Sigma helps IT eliminate recurring problems/defects that impact customers or the business.
- The key techniques of Six Sigma are immediately applicable for IT Service Management, whether the company is using Six Sigma or not.
- Automated Six Sigma techniques can be incorporated with ITSM solutions.
- Six Sigma complements the CSI phase of ITIL.