The main goal of Lean Six Sigma is to help a company solve a problem that they’re not able to solve on their own – and this problem-solving formula is achieved by inculcating and integrating a few methodologies and disciplines that are involved in the Lean Six Sigma process.
Two of the main frameworks of problem-solving that Lean Six Sigma utilizes are DMAIC and DMADV – they might sound the same but they have a lot of differences. In choosing the right company to help you in improving and enhancing your business processes overall, we here at Maximum Potential are always ready to be of service.
Application of DMAIC
We’ll help you see how relevant and how useful and effective the DMAIC methodology is because we use and utilize that process too in helping our clients with the problems and the challenges they are facing with their businesses.
Breaking down the DMAIC, short for (D) –Define; (M) – Measure; (A) – Analyze; (I) – Improve; and (C) – Control is a framework or a methodology used by businesses in order for their business processes to be improved and developed.
This phase is where the company would “define” what the problem is with a certain business process.
“Measure,” following define is the phase wherein the business would be measuring how much is lost in the process while it’s not amended, improved, or developed.
The next phase is “Analyze” and it’s the phase where businesses would analyze how they can make a certain business process better and more developed through a series of tests, assessments, observations, etc.
Once the process is analyzed well-enough, the business would then work to “Improve” that certain part of the phase. It can be a replacement of a part, modification in the activity, changing of people, etc.
So your business was able to solve the problem and you’re performing better than ever. Through the control phase, you’ll need to control it in order to keep everything steadied – while doing other experiments and assessments to try and somehow navigate through a better path.
Maximum Potential is the company that can teach you this methodology in detail – and it’s actually highlighted in our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training and Certification. Although getting the certification for Lean Six Sigma has a fee, it actually does not have any type of eligibility requirements or qualifications.
We recommend, though, that upon getting this, you need to make sure that you have any of the following goals:
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