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Six Sigma in Education

This phase involves the definition of the project/assignment, using process
map, application area, desired improvement, likely benefits, etc. The
importance lies in having the chance of a high successful delivery of better
quality and saving costs in totality. In the context of academic strata, the
failures include identifying and defining the problem. Projects may include real
life problems such as distractions in the classroom, for example.
MEASURE:
This phase involves the analysis of the process to determine its present state
and the future, as obtained. Data collection is the main emphasis of this phase.
ANALYSE:
This phase involves the data analysis for identification of parts of process which
affect the quality of the problem.
IMPROVE:
This phase adds to the process to find a permanent solution to the problem.
This may involve better forecasting, better scheduling, better procedures or
equipment, specifying teaching techniques, work environment for the teachers,
and school campus quality life.
CONTROL:
This phase involves the process of closing the problem by putting in the right
procedures and management statistics.
This if well treated as an industry is bound to get profit in bringing out Quality
Results of Wonderful and Campus’ Envy students with a heavy demand for
them. Taking an issue of “HOW TO AVOID DISTRACTIONS IN THE CLASSROOM ?
“would sum up as a good though novice idea to start the inception and
manipulation of eradication of problems within a school. Six Sigma works here
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