Six Sigma model of transfer of development capability

Jan M. Myszewski (Akademia Leona Kozminskiego, Warsaw, Poland)

Business Process Management Journal

ISSN: 1463-7154

Publication date: 3 July 2017

Abstract

Purpose

The paper presents a process of development of the capacity of resources used in the improvement of an organization. The purpose of this paper is to determine the conditions in which the development of the improvement capacity is sustainable.

Design/methodology/approach

As the basis for the study, the following prerequisites have been adopted: potential effects of the use of resources in a process can be expressed by their capacity, which involves the productivity and volume of the resources; a model of sustainability of improvement is based on the procedure ABC and principle of continuous improvement; an improvement process involves two components: subject matter (eliminating problems) and methodical (learning how to eliminate problems during the execution of subject matter tasks) projects; the methodology of Six Sigma can be a reference model, which is studied to identify and interpret elements and relationships that are characteristic for the process of sustainable development.

Findings

There have been formulated a model of the process of developing the improvement capacity in which the subject matter and methodical tasks are coupled, a model of the Six Sigma process that refers to the features of the process of development of the improvement capacity and three principles for sustainable development of improvement capacity.

Originality/value

The principles refer to decisions on the improvement process made at basic (strategic, tactical and operational) levels of an organization.

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Citation

Myszewski, J. (2017), "Six Sigma model of transfer of development capability", Business Process Management Journal, Vol. 23 No. 4, pp. 857-872. https://doi.org/10.1108/BPMJ-02-2017-0026

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