Having a production in your company that can meet your clients’ expectations and requirements when it comes to fabricating the products they need, isn’t easy. Therefore, don’t be too hard on yourself if you are struggling while trying to find a balance and improvement in your processes. However, you must never stop seeking for them in order to be able not to only provide the best products for your clients—and exactly what they desire and need—but also minimize the waste and resources during the production. Now, you are probably wondering if there’s a way to ensure that your company suffers or goes through fewer failures while fabricating products, and there actually is one.
Lean Six Sigma is a methodology that most companies and industries are starting to implement on their processes and operations for a simple reason: it provides them with improvement. By using statistics and information—which means you don’t have to invest a lot of money to obtain good results—, it is possible to obtain the final product for the client while also eliminating all the waste.
If you want to know more about this but more importantly, implement it on your company, you will need professionals like us at Maximum Potential.
Change the present and future of your production.
All companies have as a priority the requirements and needs of their clients. However, they also need to think about all the resources they invest and spend in fabricating the products for their clients. You need to think, “how much am I spending in getting the desired product?”, “How can I spend less time and resources to obtain it every time?”.
Six Sigma not only helps you to answer these questions—and many others—but also find solutions for them and get to a result every company wants: a cost-effective way to produce the final products. But how is this possible?
Our goal as Lean Six Sigma professionals and consultants is to help you implement this methodology that will allow your business to eliminate the waste in all operations and processes. This waste involves everything related to defects on the products, overproduction, unused talent of your employees, or human resources—which is holding the production. And many other aspects and elements that are not important for the process but rather things you need to get rid of.
All this will be possible by improving the processes of your company and production where human resources are mostly involved when it comes to carrying them out. Which is going to increase the rentability, productiveness, and effectiveness in all production cycles from now on.
What do the Yellow Belt and Green Belt mean?
If you have heard about Lean Six Sigma—or now that you are starting to know about it—you probably read or heard about people referring to Yellow and Green Belts. They make reference to the level and role of the person that takes part in the implementation and use of this methodology.
Professionals that classify as Yellow Belt are mostly those who have a basic knowledge about the method and help Green Belts—and higher ones—to identify problems. While Green Belts are those who are in charge of different parts of the implementation.
In our company, Maximum Potential, we have all the required professionals that fulfill different roles when implementing Six Sigma in your company. We will support and assist you to help you obtain the desired results of improvement through it and rest assured that our team is more than experienced and well-trained.
Do you want to be your problem solver and improve your processes? We also offer training and certification for anyone who wants to learn about it. Just let us know and we can answer all your questions about our Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt Training.
Dont be shy, Just tell us about yourself and we’ll figure out the best option for you and your project.
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