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Use Process Management Route To Organizational Performance

Summary: Organizations use a complex network of financial measures to monitor overall performance. To improve this performance and meet customer needs, other initiatives are added, but the linking of processes to organizational results is difficult and seldom achieved. For the desired organizational effect to occur, three elements are essential - alignment, accountability, and adherence. Six Sigma and other process management tools help align subprocesses to organizational needs and check the subprocesses adherence to the target. The result will be accountability and individual effort toward achieving organizational performance.

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  • Topics: Process Management, Six Sigma
  • Keywords: Process management,Business performance,Organizational improvement initiatives,Process improvement,Accountability,Six Sigma,Alignment
  • Author: Tiwari, Girish R.
  • Journal: Six Sigma Forum Magazine