Examining the Challenges of Six Sigma Implementation in Human
Resource Management: A Case of Information Technology Sector
Aim: The current research is examining the challenges of Six Sigma implementation in human resource management (HRM), in the Information Technology (IT) sector.
Design/Method: The current research has used the primary quantitative method. The researcher utilised the close-ended questions that was developed according to the hypothesis and objectives of the study. The sample size chosen for the research was 250 respondents and the participants were employees and managers of organisations in the Information Technology sector. The current research has used the correlation, regression and interactive regression modelling.
In the modern era, Six Sigma implementation in Human Resource Management Practices has played an essential role in the development and growth of an organisation (Kaswan & Rathi 2019). However, it is evident from most of the studies that Six Sigma implementation in HRM has significantly helped the organisations in providing a quality and value outcome (Yadav, Seth & Desai, 2018; Vaishnavi & Suresh, 2020).Download full article
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