Dinesh DivekarDear Jyothi,
Yes, introduction of Six Sigma is major OD intervention but then it is not HR intervention. It is the production or operations that benefits most from Six Sigma. Lot of material is available on internet on this subject. You can educate yourself from the material available. If you wish to gain first hand knowledge then you may do some capsule courses or certificate courses.
In one of your past posts, you have written that you are HR Executive. For your level, it is little higher intervention. Introduction of Six Sigma is management level decision and if it is left to them the better. Your past queries show that you are yet to develop basic understanding of HR itself. Therefore, it would be prudent if you give priority to this field rather than making foray into the other fields.
All the best!
From India, Bangalore
Dinesh Divekar has given you sound advice given the lack of enough information about your organisation and your role in it.
My sincere advice for people seeking general information is to search CiteHR and/or the web. For example I found the following link that gives very brief information on the Role of HR in Six Sigma The Role of Human Resources (HR) in Six Sigma
You can also gain more information at Six Sigma Projects in the Human Resources Department
isisixsigma site is a good one for genral knowledge on various related topics. Methodology | iSixSigma
May I now request you to kindly go through the material and tell us how you think you could apply Six Sigma in your own work. May be once you do that, you may be able to give a presentation to your managers why your company/organisation should adopt it.
From United Kingdom
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