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Title: The Complete Guide to Lean Six Sigma and How It Can Help In Process Improvement

The Complete Guide to Lean Six Sigma and How It
Can Help In Process Improvement
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Lets start from the basic understanding of Six
Sigma It is a business methodology, use of
organizations tools for quality improvement that
also tracks how many defects there are in a
present process and methodically search to
eradicate them. Six Sigma is a logical approach
implemented in improving of processes and
products through the reduction of
variability. In the year 1984, Motorola
Companys engineer named Bill Smith developed the
Six Sigma management system as he was employed
to assess defects and improve overall quality.
This was the thought behind the introduction of
Six Sigma. Since then, the tools, strategies and
cultural standards that sustain the management
system have been adopted by project teams and
upper management in a wide range of industries to
boost operational excellence.
  • Furthermore, the meaning of the word "defect" has
    broadened to take in account of any deficiency
    in business processes that puts off a company
    from meeting its customer's satisfaction and
    needs. The key principles of Six Sigma are
  • Customer focus
  • Improve continuously
  • Use data
  • Be thorough
  • Involve people
  • Going forward on the next topic we will discuss
    more about Six Sigma and business improvement.
  • Why Is It So Important For Businesses?
  • Six Sigma proponents claim its business plan
    paybacks consists of up to 50 process cost
    reduction, less waste of materials, cycle-time
    improvement, increased customer satisfaction due
    to a better understanding of customer
    requirements , more reliable services and
  • Lets now understand what lean six sigma is
    about. Lean is a method of streamlining a
    process, which results in reduced costs,
    increased revenue and better customer
    satisfaction. A Lean process is faster,
    economically delivers satisfactory quality and is
    more efficient.
  • The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
    offers the ideal groundwork for someone who
    wants to stand out in a process oriented
    organization. It also provides individuals with
    insight on practical aspects and knowledge. LSSGB
    course can help you to become a better leader by
    giving you the knowledge and skills for critical
    thinking and analysis, social influence and
    leadership abilities, complex problem-solving
    abilities and Ideation, reasoning and execution
    of various functions.
  • Lean Six Sigma methodologies applied by
    professionals from the same fields has
    unarguably, have some proven results in
    businesses lets see some of them i.e.

What is DMAIC in Six Sigma? The most familiar
and practiced methodology of Six Sigma is DMAIC,
which is planned into five phases Define,
Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control. This
presents the order that businesses use to follow
to improve their processes. Below are the phases
explained in brief 1. Define The initial phase
of the project comprise of clearly defining the
problem and the desired outcomes. Exactly
understanding what are the symptoms of a problem,
Tools that are included in this phase are
collection of voice of the customer, Stakeholder
2. Measure This stage is based on collecting the
stats of the problem defined in the first phase.
In order to do this, quality of the process or
product must be measured along with production
lead time and other variation in the process,
depending on the objective. This measurement
process gives a quantifiable reference spot on
the projects progress basis.
3. Analyze This is an investigation, during this
phase, the project team collects and data usage
is done to prove theories of root cause or root
causes of the problem. By identifying the causes
of the issues, which results in defects and
variation, analysis can be done, often in
numerous iterations, to establish the true root
cause of the problem.
4. Improve Once the true root cause of the
problem has been recognized, supportable
solutions can be developed for their resolution.
Once improvements have been implemented, the
progress alongside the original analysis taken in
the measure phase can be scrutinized.
5. Control The final stage deals with the matter
of sustainability in more detailed factor. How
will the improvements be continued outside the
implementation stage? Also, is there the
likelihood about any gains which have been made
during the implementation stage will fade away
over time? A plan can now be drawn up to monitor
progress to make sure the process constantly
carries out at the new improved level.
Conclusion Six Sigma Is a Must-Use Tool For
Business Success Many organizations have stated
considerable benefits after the implementation of
LSS in manufacturing, but LSS is not just
intended for manufacturing. LSS can benefit
different organizations of varying size, in any
industry. Because no organization or processes
are defect- free and all have problems to solve,
all organizations have waste, and at the same
time they want to increase profits and reduce
costs. LSS is beneficial to Financial services,
Healthcare, Retail and hospitality, Office-based
businesses and Education. Lean Six Sigma can also
benefit organizations in Energy, Agriculture,
Mining, Consulting, Construction, Design, Travel
and transportation, Hotels, Logistics, Law
firms, Public and Government services. Here I
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