Lean Six Sigma

Lean Six Sigma is an improvement process that combines Lean and Sigma to eliminate waste and reduce variability. Both Lean and Six Sigma methodologies are renowned solutions to improve efficiency, productivity and quality. We have incorporated the Lean Six Sigma Methodology in our engagement model.  Having a structured process allows our clients to embrace change and improvement culture and turn it into a competitive advantage.

Lean’s core concept is to maximize customer value by minimizing waste.
Using Lean to reduce waste:

  • Transportation: unnecessary movement of material
  • Inventory: keeping more than needed
  • Motion: unnecessary movement of people, tools, and equipment
  • Waiting: People, material or equipment waiting for a resource to free up
  • Over-Processing: Unnecessary processing steps
  • Over-Production: Producing more than needed.
  • Defects: Inspecting parts or reworking defects
  • Skills: Underutilizing manpower capabilities

Six Sigma methodology aims to improve the quality of the process by identifying defects. It gives every company the tools required to understand and eliminate source of variability, to accurately predict and improve their process capability. With a predictable process, it’s easier to predict the output, which in turn gives the ability to achieve operational and financial targets with confidence.

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