An Analysis Of Lean Six Sigma, And Quality Management

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Allen, M., Alleyne, D., Farmer, C., McRae, A., & Turner, C. (2014). A framework for project success. Journal of Information Technology & Economic Development, 5(2), 1-17. Retrieved from http://gsmi-jited.com/default.aspx
The purpose of this study was to investigate aspects that promote project success opposed to just looking factors that promote project failure. There were six participants from two businesses in the study. The data collection was primarily gathered from document evaluations and surveys for this qualitative study. The results indicated that influence from stakeholders, the project manager that is selected, the scope planning, schedule planning, and budget planning are factors critical to promoting
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The purpose of this paper was to describe a system that addressed Lean Six Sigma, and quality management. There were 13 participants in this study. Data was collected through interviews for this qualitative study. The results indicate that a multi-phased system could be used to address Lean Six Sigma and the quality management projects which encompass stakeholder inputs and that schedule reliability improves when CCPM is used. The limitation of the study is that it does not account for times when process improvement teams are fired or when budgets run low. Future research should focus on providing a solution that accounts for unforeseen events such low budgets and …show more content…
The purpose of this study was to develop a method that can facilitate the effectiveness of stakeholder identification and their inputs because often they go unidentified. There were 14 participants in this study that came from two independent systems engineering teams. Data was collected through observation of both teams and it was compared for this qualitative study. The results indicated that while there is not a lot of research focused on how to properly identify stakeholders the proposed method for determining the effectiveness of stakeholder identification has good indications that by using systems thinking it would overcome the limitations of traditional stakeholder identification approaches. The limitations of this study is that only a single case was used to compare the results of the single application by two teams, therefore the effectiveness of the proposed approach cannot be considered

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