Lean Six Sigma
There are hundreds of Lean and Six Sigma tools. We use only the ones that fit your unique situation. Here are some and their benefits:
Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control (DMAIC)
We will partner with you to:
- Define real problems in your business
- Measure process performance
- Analyze the process to determine what’s causing the problems
- Improve process performance by addressing the root causes
- Control the improved process to maintain high performance in the future
We will collaborate with you to uncover the “Why?” behind problems in your business and then implement the right solutions to correct those problems and prevent future issues.
Design of Experiments (DOE)
We will systematically determine the relationship between the factors that affect your processes and the output of those processes.
Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Using statistics, we will help you monitor processes, understand problems and make changes to increase your company’s profitability.
Why Our Services Matter to Your Business
Partnering with us to implement Lean Six Sigma, whether for one project of as part of your company culture, will save you money and give your customers better products and services. With our tools, you’ll generate higher profits, loyal clients and efficient processes to guide your business into the future. Contact us now to get started.
More about Lean Six Sigma
When your business processes run more efficiently, you and your customers both win. Six Sigma makes that efficiency happen. It’s a unique system that marries statistical analysis with in-depth knowledge of your business and customer needs to create more effective processes.
The core of Six Sigma lies in reducing so-called “process variation.” For example, customer wait times at a call center might vary from 10 seconds of bland elevator music to three excruciating minutes. The inefficiency generated by this kind of variation, says Six Sigma, can be reduced by applying facts and data to improve the process.
The ideal goal: Reduce process defects to 3.4 or fewer per one million opportunities, or .0003 percent. Fewer errors in your processes lead to sustainable success for your business.
Applying Six Sigma to reach that success requires careful analysis of your business and your customers as well as disciplined implementation. But the result is a business that’s constantly improving to maximize quality and satisfy customers.
Making your business “lean” means stripping the waste that’s weighing down your production. Lean tools help you maximize output by finding and eliminating non-essential steps in the manufacturing process.
Lean and Six Sigma can work together to make your business processes more efficient. That’s where we come in.
Lean and Six Sigma [Lean Six Sigma]
Instead of choosing Lean or Six Sigma for your business, why not employ both? Lean Six Sigma is fast becoming the preferred method for maximizing efficiency and quality. The combined strategy first uses Lean tools to eliminate waste and increase speed in your business processes, and then applies Six Sigma to reduce process variation and increase quality.
We give you the tools and guidance you need to make these two methods work in tandem to help your business reach its full potential. Contact us now!
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