Six Sigma Gets Personal
With the new year around the corner, we look back at what we’ve shared about the Six Sigma methodologies and how it can help apply in all aspects of life. So, let’s take a look back at some of our inspirational posts from 2019.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could start the new year with a clean slate? No weight to lose, no bad habits to get rid of, no decluttering to do. Well it’s not the way it is, but Six Sigma’s DMAIC template can not only help you lose weight but also help you figure out why you gained the weight in the first place. From the blog, Six Sigma and Your Diet.
Why not try Kaizen for removing a bad habit? That’s right, this solution for continuous improvement is also an effective way to rid your bad habits. As with any improvement, accountability is very important. Get your closest friends and family members involved; this will set have a tremendous effect on your end result! From the blog, Kaizen Cycle Use for Eliminating a Habit.
Help get decluttered and organized with Six Sigma’s 5S Tool. This tool is a gem and it really works for getting rid of what you don’t need. From the blog Infographic: The 5S Tool.
This past year we learned just how flexible Six Sigma tools and methodologies really are. The principles of Six Sigma are not just for businesses anymore. Happy New Year from our family to yours!