Lean Six Sigma

The Lean Six Sigma concepts were first published in a book titled “Lean Six Sigma: Combining Six Sigma with Lean Speed” by Michael George and Robert Lawrence Jr. in 2002.

Lean Six Sigma is a managerial concept combining LEAN MANAGEMENT and SIX SIGMA that results in the elimination of aything that cannot add value to your customers, save money and cut down the re-work time. Lean Six Sigma tries to fix broken processes that already exist.

A blend of two business methods that it is more than the sum of its parts. Lean Six Sigma integrates two of the most powerful improvement techniques available today and provides an implementation framework that ensures RESULTS and quick PAYBACK. Strategically deployed, Lean Six Sigma has proven to be a powerful management system that focuses on your customers, improves business performance and dramatically enhances financial results.

Every Lean Six Sigma project comprises the Lean’s waste elimination projects and the Six Sigma projects based on the critical to quality characteristics.

Beneftits of using Lean Six Sigma

  • Identify true customer value to shape your organization’s future;
  • Create true value for your customers using lean thinking;
  • Define Six Sigma concepts to achieve product and service excellence;
  • Generate positive momentum through out of the box thinking;
  • Put it all together for optimal success.

The 8 Wastes