The Six Sigma is a methodology used by organisations to implement techniques for improving processes, creating consistency and reducing variants. The Six Sigma approach ensures practices are quantifiable and can be thoroughly analysed, which enables corrections and control over practices and procedures.
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Organisations that incorporate the Six Sigma management system implement a strict hierarchical structure. There is a defined order and system of stages, both for employees and the organisation’s systems. At each level of the Six Sigma, extensive training and guidance are necessary to ensure the methodology is completed accurately.
The Green Belt is one of the essential management roles within the Six Sigma. Individuals with this title will operate under other roles such as Executive, Champions and Master Black Belts. Each role along the hierarchy has an increase in skill, expertise and experience.
The Green Belt is required to fulfil their typical job role, along with following instruction from Black Belts.