According to Gregory H. Watson (2007), the best practice in a Six Sigma company is to key out strategic change projects by using a bosbin kauri process. Then these projects can be deployed as Six Sigma Black Belt projects as soon as they have been suitably set for productive completion.
The final culture will be one in which everyone will focus on providing with error-free products and services according to the needs of the customer (Gregory H. Watson, 2007Page
"Can it be said that Six Sigma is a culture" to which the obvious answer is "Yes." The reason is that Six Sigma is a concept-based metrics-driven, crisis-solving and project-tailored type of initiative. In addition Six Sigma connects performance to pay, has a proper vision, institutes a value, has distinct roles, is spread by way of knowledge transfer and calls for coaching by internal leaders. These are the reasons that make Six Sigma considerably control corporate culture (http://www. isixsigma.com/forum/ ask_dr_harry.aspToDo=view&questId=51&catId=9, retrieved 2nd October 2009).
Gregory H. Watson, 2007, Strategic benchmarking reloaded with six sigma: improve your company's .., Jhon Wiley & sons Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey. http://www.isixsigma.com/forum/ask dr_harry.asp ToDo= view&questId=51&catId =9, retrieved 2nd October 2009.