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Black Belt Coaching and Project Outcomes: An Empirical Investigation

Summary: [This abstract is based on the author’s abstract.] The effect of coaching experience on Six Sigma project management outcomes is examined. Data collected from 140 Black Belts and 176 team members in six organizations were analyzed using descriptive statistics, principle component factor analysis, correlation, and regression analysis. Results indicate independent variable coaching expertise accounted for most of the variance in project management for Black Belts and team members.

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  • Topics: Project Management, Quality Management, Six Sigma
  • Keywords: Six Sigma, Coaching, Quality management (QM), Project management, Black Belt (BB), Project teams
  • Author: Hagen, Marcia
  • Journal: Quality Management Journal