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I suggest that you expand your investigation to study the market value of these companies over the same time period. I think you will find that the investor value of most, if not all, of these companies have not kept up with the S&P 500. Six Sigma, while a fine concept that encompasses many value added tools, when taken to extreme, becomes the very process it seeks to eliminate by adding a bulky, non value added overhead structure. GE touted that Six Sigma would be GE culture forever. Now, fifteen years later, when asked how he can get investors to appreciate the company’s new digital transformation and 3-D printing investments, Jeff Immelt summarized his opinion of the process as “makes a shitload more sense than Six Sigma did.”