For generations, higher education has accommodated its scholars through analog forms of instruction akin to blackboards and textbooks. As society blossomed into a globalized marketplace with information readily available at the stroke of a button, higher education has had to meet the needs of an evolving student population. Through the use of business models like Six Sigma, higher education has attempted to adapt and keep up with the times. This article will highlight the key impacts Six Sigma has had on higher education and supplementary improvements needed within the marketplace.
Hilton, Adriel Adon; McClain, Kevin; and Outten, Donavan L.
"The Industrial Revolution of Higher Education,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 3
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol3/iss3/12
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