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Lean Sigma

Lean Sigma, can help to harness the power of Lean and Six Sigma in a single, coordinated initiative – and drive rapid, high-impact business improvement throughout company.

Lean and Six Sigma are widely recognized as the most effective business improvement tools for manufacturers. They are very much complementing each other where as perception might be against it. Decades around Manufacturing Legends are practicing Lean and if you can club its beauty with 6 Sigma it will deliver much fast result.

If you are trying to find out connecting Link between Lean & 6 Sigma, it is the Speed. The first principle of Lean Six Sigma is: Delight your customers with speed and quality. The second principle says: Improve process flow and speed.

Usually we get confused by thinking Speed as schedule. Schedule is about when something is supposed to get done, speed is about how fast it gets done.

In traditional Six Sigma, you know how time-consuming it can be, with typical projects normally taking six months or more. Lean Sigma is the seamless integration of Lean and Six Sigma - and today’s most powerful method for dramatically reducing lead time and variation, faster than ever before possible.

No matter what improvement efforts you have underway, Lean Sigma can help the company drive faster, more substantial bottom-line results, in far less time.

Lean practices promote speed and flexibility by implementing core disciplines that promote change tolerance and allow decisions to be delayed as long as possible. Lean software development changes the focus from gathering requirements to encoding all requirements in tests.

If we’re not careful, Six Sigma might lead us to apply practices aimed at improving replication processes to knowledge generating processes. This often leads to slow, unresponsive, change-intolerant practices that are not appropriate for knowledge creation. Quite often the slow, deliberate nature of these practices is mistaken to be a sign of good discipline. But when we add Lean to Six Sigma, we discover that we need to re-think these slow processes, because we have come to understand that speed, discipline, and excellence go hand-in-hand.

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