How to achieve more

March 2007
Management Services;Spring2007, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
The article presents an interview with Catalyst Consulting executives Andy Liddle and Vince Grant. They offer information on The Catalyst Way and discusses how organizations can use this framework for improving their Six Sigma deployments. Liddle talks about his inspiration in initiating the research that led to the development of The Catalyst Way which has the ability to benchmark a deployment. Grant explains how can The catalyst Way meet the advanced needs of today's deployment managers.


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