Lean Six Sigma has gained much importance in the past decades. With its ability to provide skills to individuals required to identify and remove defects, it affects the individuals and organizations in a very productive manner. It helps you in managing the workforce in organizations, thus improving its performance. Individuals having Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification in their resume fetch high salary jobs in multinational companies.
Lean Six Sigma has 4 Level Certifications. You need to pass each level to move onto the next level. In precedence from low to high, they are arranged as follows:
Maximum Potential offers you training to pass Yellow Belt Level and Green Belt Level. Being certified and first of its kind, Maximum Potential gives you official Certificates when you pass Yellow Belt and Green Belt Levels. In short, we provide these services: Lean Six Sigma Consulting and Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt and Green Belt Training and Certification. In addition to this, we provide the following services as well:
Lean Six Sigma Definition
Lean Six Sigma is designed to improve business processes, resolve problems, eliminate waste, increase efficiency, and make working conditions better to fulfill customer’s needs in the best way possible.
It is a methodology formed by a blend of tools, techniques, and principles of Lean and Six Sigma to improve organizations’ performance and operations.
Lean Six Sigma Waste Reduction
Anything more than the required equipment, raw materials, tools, parts, space, and time to add value to the organization and its products is termed as waste. Waste can be found in every company and sector.
The idea for improvement is to identify all types of waste and eliminate them to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and add value to the product.
After the removal of waste, only value-adding steps are left that are enough to deliver the best quality product or service to the customers. There are eight types of wastes, known as DOWNTIME:
Defects – Products or services that require correction from resources.
Overproduction – Producing an amount of product more than the requirement.
Waiting – Time Spent in waiting for the processes to be completed, like receiving raw materials, manufacturing products, product delivery, etc.
Non-Utilized Talent – Giving work rated lower to the Potential of employees or not utilizing the talents of employees.
Transportation – Wastage of Time and Money in the transportation of materials and information that is not required in production.
Inventory – Inventory or Information not used or processed in business and production.
Motion – Unnecessary movement by employees to get materials, tools, and moving up down on different floors of manufacturing areas to access different equipment and services.
Extra Processing – Any activity that isn’t required to produce a fine quality product.
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