Type of Six Sigma Teams | Six Sigma (6σ) 050

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There are many different types of teams that are used to attack different projects. With general improvement teams, management usually chooses the problem for the team to work and acts as a sponsor but it is up to the team to identify and choose the solution. A process improvement team usually includes team members from multiple departments so they can examine the overall flow of the entire process from end-to-end. Project and ad hoc teams are usually created for and last as long as the project does, disbanding shortly after. Team members are chosen based on their knowledge and experience in a particular subject. Cellular teams are the most common and they are comprised of a natural work team. The name cellular comes form manufacturing where groups of people will act as a cell to fabricate or assemble parts. There are also self-directed teams, cross-functional teams and even parallel teams.
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