Statewide Services from the Lean Six Sigma Experts of Ohio
Lean Six Sigma is an internationally recognized framework for changing systems and economies in a sustainable and quantifiable manner. It suggests a system for companies to deliver consistent concrete results (using DMAIC, or Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) while ensuring outstanding quality management.
The most critical move is to identify and automate the systems that clients need the most. There is nothing else to say; this can only lead to good things. With this approach, prices are lowered, consumer loyalty is increased, and lead times are reduced. This method’s value is that it relies on people’s experience and interaction with their systems.
We use the Lean Six Sigma methodology at Lean Six Sigma Experts of Ohio to improve both the process and the outcomes. Lean aims to increase flow and value creation. Six Sigma aims to create systems that are both robust and competitive. When used together, they are fully complementary and reinforce each other.
What are the advantages of Six Sigma for Ohio businesses?
Below are the advantages of Six Sigma for companies:
- Profitability improves when waste decreases
- The customer’s successful market concentration is increased
- It leads to long-term change
- Establishes strategy and goals
- Encourages lifelong learning and advancement
According to a survey, all manufacturing and distribution companies are penalized for poor results. In certain cases, this penalty expenditure will amount to half of a service organization’s expenditures. The results revealed that “productive work” accounted for less than 10% of the process time duration. The rest is made up of waste, rework, and non-value-added tasks.
In Lean Six Sigma, What Are The Different Roles?
Optimizing a system is a difficult task. If the right people with the necessary Lean Six Sigma skills are in place, a genuine and long-term transformation can be achieved. Karate is where the word “Belts,” or “bands” in Dutch, originated. The most critical functions in Lean Six Sigma are as follows:
- Yellow Belt: Has a thorough understanding of the Lean Six Sigma dynamics. Green and Black Belts are responsible for managing procedural matters. They serve in project teams and are trained in “Just In Time (JIT).”
- Green Belt: Create and oversee Lean Six Sigma programs. Green Belts have some familiarity with Lean Six Sigma, but not as much as Black Belts. Most are also qualified in JIT (just-in-time).
- Black Belt: Works under the guidance of a Master Black Belt as a Black Belt. Has a thorough understanding of Lean Six Sigma. Works as a coach, consultant, tutor, and project manager on project teams.
- Master Black Belt: The Master Black Belt’s function is to collaborate with leaders to identify problems and implement (improvement) steps. Individually coaches and teaches, and plans activities as a counselor. In control of implementing Lean Six Sigma and transforming a company’s culture.
In Ohio, How Can You Successfully Involve Top Management?
We will have an executive launch session at Lean Six Sigma Experts of Ohio to include senior management early in the rollout readiness process. The CEO or COO may coordinate these events, which may include direct presentations and key collaborators, in collaboration with the approaches’ launch coordinator. A typical executive launch can raise awareness of how Lean and Six Sigma will help the CEO achieve his or her objectives and encourage senior team members to participate in the power of Lean Six Sigma. It will also enable the senior management team to internalize the deployment strategy, make decisions, and schedule critical operational and administrative roles and activities.
There are so many areas or regions where we offer these services with most of them being cities.
However, if you need any of these services, you need to contact us. The list below comprises the areas where we offer these services.