With a lot of terminologies and concepts behind Six Sigma, it is but a good idea to create a Six Sigma wiki out of it. A wiki is a type of software application that enables users to create and edit web pages together then link them to form one collaborative web site that contains all the necessary information about a certain subject. If you are familiar with the concept behind the web site Wikipedia.com, then you have at least an idea how it works.
Since Six Sigma is such a broad topic, it would be best to dissect each and every term and concept then define each so that users will be able to gain full understanding about it. After the terms, a brief history on why Six Sigma was formulated will bring the users back on how it all started.
There are also a lot of processes that can be discussed in a Six Sigma wiki. Since Six Sigma is all about process improvement, the methodologies that make it work should be discussed in detail. The two key methodologies of Six Sigma are DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) and DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, and Verify). DMAIC is applicable to existing business processes, while DMADV is for new processes.
Indeed, building some sort of a Book of Knowledge or encyclopedia like a Six Sigma wiki is such a daunting task. However, it will benefit a lot of people especially users who are involved in Six Sigma projects as they can easily refer to the Six Sigma wiki whenever they have questions on certain topics. Yet another helpful tool isnt it?