There are many people, companies, blogs etc. who are debating over the failure of the Lean Six Sigma projects. The word project comes from the Latin word projectum from the Latin verb proicere, "to throw something forward" which in turn comes from pro-, which denotes something that precedes the action of the next part of the word in time (paralleling the Greek πρό) and iacere, "to throw". The word "project" thus actually originally meant "something that comes before anything else happens". When the English language initially adopted the word, it referred to a plan of something, not to the act of actually carrying this plan out. Something performed in accordance with a project became known as an "object".
In Lean Six Sigma and based on some companies' approaches, the majority will expect something that was thrown to have results without preparing properly for its results. Although training and certifications are the initial steps in the process of transitioning to a Lean Six Sigma environment and culture, the majority of training performs on reducing levels of comprehension since the majority of companies look for short term turnaround of their investments.
The long term investment in Lean Six Sigma projects would be the understanding of transience as a starting point. Formulating a process starts with principium individuationis that is the self-individualization into a coherent whole. These are intrinsic transformations known as processes or progressus (Latin). The positive outcome of any process is developed that continues for infinite times until a certain maturity level is being reached. In biology the processes are made up of a number of chemical reactions as well as other results that will result in a transformation. Biological interactions in nature are the result of each of the influences that community have on the organism. These are slow transformation that although have a progressive development are not seen in most of the cases. So for now, we have introduced the individual into a community as the first step in the process.