We can help with all things improvement: Process Improvement, Productivity Improvement, Quality Improvement, Lean Six Sigma, etc. To simplify, we have created a easy to understand three phase improvement program. You’ll love it and everyone in your organization will understand it.
The Phases of Improvement
Everything related to Lean Six Sigma, Continuous Process Improvement, Quality, Productivity, Labor, etc… can be done in these three easy phases: 1. Assessment, 2 Problem Solving, and 3. Implementation.
During the Assessment Phase we plant red flags for problems and green flags for excellence. Then we build a portfolio management system to prioritize the problems to solve.
During the Problem Solving Phase we use all our tools to find root cause solutions. Then we build a portfolio management systems to prioritize solutions to implement (which are projects).
The Implementation Phase is all about applying project management.
Let us help simplify your program and help your people get to results quicker, cheaper, and easier.
Conventional Lean Six Sigma Belts
Training and Support
Six sigma is a widely accepted quality concept in the corporate world. It is a data driven, customer focused, and result oriented methodology which uses statistical tools and techniques to systematically eliminate the defects and inefficiencies to improve processes.
We offer online and classroom training as well as real world facilitation and support:
- White Belt – Executive Overview
- Yellow Belt
- Green Belt
- Black Belt
7 Attributes to Assess
There are seven things to look at during an improvement program. Think in terms of the seven attributes of Excellent Management.
- Leadership for Improvement
- Culture of Improvement
- Customer Focus
- People and Team Building
- Skills and Core Competencies (all the tools)
- Change /Improvement Management (of Systems and Processes)
- Performance Measures
Often organizations focus on the last two and totally disregard the other five.
Building a Culture of Excellence
What does high turnover, high stress, internal social cliques and infighting, shrinkage and dishonest transitions, falling revenue, and poor customer service all have in common? These are all some of the symptoms of a broken organizational culture. Now the bigger question is, how can we build an excellent organizational culture that will act as a catalyst to attract and keep the best employees, serve our customers well, make us more competitive, and improve our revenues?
We can help you understand and build a culture of excellence by addressing the strands of the cable of culture. No initiative will work effectively without addressing the issue of culture.
- Training and Facilitation
- The Seven Attributes of Excellent Management
- Storms of Chaos and Strategy
- The Drivers of Change
- Systems Thinking/Engineering
- Change Management