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Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley. 5 to support changes but need to see evidence that recommended improvements are for the long-term good of the enterprise. A team member with a “show me” attitude can make a very positive contribution to the team. Process owners should be provided with opportunities for training at least to the Green Belt level. A Impact on Stakeholders IMPACT ON STAKEHOLDERS Describe the impact Six Sigma projects can have on customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. A Stakeholders are those who have a vested interest in the process and/or its outcomes.
Serious effort toward improving communication should be made at each stage of team development. In some situations, such as large projects or those with geographical barriers, it is necessary to develop a formal communication plan. Initiating the Team A clear statement of goals and objectives is critical. If team members have been selected to represent groups or supply technical knowledge, these roles should be announced at the initial or kick-off meeting. The team’s initiation should be in the form of a written document from an individual at the executive level of the organization.
However, the specification is necessary to achieve an impact on cost. Products heavier than 20 pounds may require more power consumption, thus increasing the cost. 24 C 4: C (CT ) R 25 • Critical-to-Process (CTP)—CTPs are typically key process input variables. In terms of the process, we might think of CTPs as the critical x’s in the y = f(x) equation. We may know and understand what the x’s are (for example, temperature, pressure, humidity), but not necessarily their specific setting or level.