This is a theoretical paper that proposes how the combination of Zachman Framework and associated techniques and Six Sigma tools and techniques could lead to improved architectures and improved processes. The presentation starts off with a brief introduction to Enterprise Architecture Process (EAP) followed by a brief overview of the Zachman Framework which is a key method within EAP. Next, a brief overview of Six Sigma is presented. These overviews set the context for the remainder of the presentation. The presentation then shows how Six Sigma techniques (using one example) could be applied to the Zachman Framework technique to improve the understanding of a system’s or enterprise’s architecture. Similarly, the presentation follows by showing how the Zachman Framework taxonomy and in particular the primitive six interrogatives could be applied to one of the many Six Sigma techniques. The authors are proposing that by using both the Zachman Framework and Six Sigma techniques together may improve the outcomes of Six Sigma activities and architectural definition efforts. The purpose of this paper/presentation is to lay a foundation in which others can build upon to continue to explore other ways in which not only the Zachman Framework and Six Sigma techniques can be combined to benefit architecture development and process improvement. Also, this foundation could be the genesis of utilizing other techniques and methods to enhance and supplement both EAP and Six Sigma. This paper will include feedback and initial results from early usage.