A Comparison of ISO-9000 and Six Sigma

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A Comparison of ISO-9000 and Six Sigma
The world of business is characterized by fierce competitiveness and constant change. In such an environment, organizations struggle to maintain direction and strategic edge. Fortunately, management frameworks like ISO-9000 and Six Sigma provide organizations with a way to institutionalize specific principles that can translate to long term competitive and strategic advantages. The following report highlights the similarities and differences of ISO 9000 and Six Sigma. In the process, a case is built concerning which of these theoretical frameworks is most valuable for today’s businesses.
Summary of Similarities and Differences: ISO 9000 and Six Sigma
Interesting, both ISO 9000 and Six Sigma are...
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