We drive Operational Excellence through Lean Six Sigma, a combination of Lean Management and Six Sigma methodology. Lean Six Sigma was built on the knowledge, methods and tools derived from decades of operational improvement research and implementation.
Lean focus on reducing cost through process optimization by eliminating waste (any activity that consumes resources but creates no value for the customer). Its aim is efficiency. Six Sigma is about meeting customer requirements and stakeholder expectations, and improving quality by measuring and eliminating defects. Its aim is effectiveness.
Lean Six Sigma methodology consists of five phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control, also known as DMAIC (“duh-may-ik”), its acronym.
The goal of Lean Six Sigma is not just cost reduction but also growth. It drives change in an organization by not just doing things better but by doing better things.
LEAN SIX SIGMA PROJECT COACHING
You have just invested valuable funds to train your employees in the practice of Lean Six Sigma.
One of the biggest challenges of learning and applying continuous improvement is sustaining the momentum needed to achieve results.
So, why not provide them with coaching support to ensure they succeed in their first few improvement projects?
GENETRIX Consulting offers world-class Lean Six Sigma project coaching services as part of our training and development offer.
Our Lean Six Sigma project coaching program is focused on working closely with each practitioner to accomplish two primary objectives:
- Lean Six Sigma tools application and technique coaching
- Project phase tollgate reviews to assess the key deliverables and application of Lean Six Sigma techniques during project implementation.
LEAN SIX SIGMA CERTIFICATION
The Lean Six Sigma certification (Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt) indicates the understanding of the appropriate level of Lean Six Sigma theory (Body of Knowledge) dispensed during training and the performance level gained while working on Lean Six Sigma projects.
Experience has shown us that the best way to develop competencies in Lean Six Sigma is not only to undergo training but also to carry out projects in order to develop thorough knowledge and expertise.
Lean Six Sigma certification should not be looked at as an expense but rather as an investment used to make your business better and more profitable.
To that end, we advise companies to make sure that they select the right business partner that will help them build the right Lean Six Sigma infrastructure.