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Lean Six Sigma Organizational Benefits 

 June 29, 2022

By  Dave Litten

Lean Six Sigma Organizational Benefits

The Lean Six Sigma process helps improve the quality of products, services, or processes leading to:

Improved productivity

Lean Six Sigma management techniques help companies streamline the production process, allowing them to make high-quality products more efficiently. Lean Six Sigma techniques help organizations reduce the time, labor, resources, and energy needed to create a product. This productivity improvement leads to increased profits.

Reduced costs

Companies use Lean Six Sigma to eliminate redundant processes, reduce waste and eliminate defects, bringing improvements of reduced production costs and increased profit margins. Lean Six Sigma is a strategic process that allows organizations to inspect their business processes and make fact-based decisions.

Increased credibility and investor trust

Lean Six Sigma professionals help increased profits and reduce redundant business processes, showing your commitment to quality and consistent improvement, and encouraging investors to feel more confident partnering with your company.

Compliance with regulations

Lean Six Sigma teaches quality standards, so an organization can fulfill contract requirements and ensure compliance with state, national or international standards. In this way, a company stays proactive and can adjust to any industry changes.

Customer Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty

Lean Six Sigma increases customer satisfaction by reducing potential problems and eliminating unwanted specifications from a process. A satisfied customer is a happy customer. This boosts the customer’s loyalty and customer retention by providing a consistently excellent product or service, which increases sales and creates positive, long-term relationships.

Lean Six Sigma methodologies result in a better product through improved quality control measures, helping boost customers’ confidence that your company provides consistently excellent products or services, helping increase sales, and creating positive, long-term relationships.

Customer Benefits and Competitive Advantage

Customers gain from improved service with higher quality and delivery – the very reason they ask business owners if they have implemented Lean Six Sigma.

Doing so, increases your credibility and customer attraction, bringing them the confidence you offer the best form of service and products – thereby improving your performance and outsmarting your competitors.

Eradication of Variation and Waste from The Process

Six Sigma is a data-driven approach for reducing unwanted activities from a process that eradicates variation and deviation, thereby helping to identify the improvement areas for the process.

Workforce Motivation

An organization’s employees are motivated by Lean Six Sigma as it allows them to use the available technology for ease of work and time is saved. Productivity is automatically increased when the employees are motivated and inspired to keep working and challenging their limits.

Effective Time Management

Six Sigma focuses on efficient business and increased productivity by helping the employees to manage their time effectively. As time is effectively managed, the work-life balance of employees is improved, and hence again their morale is boosted to work smart and work hard.

Customer Satisfaction with Six Sigma Knowledge

Lean Six Sigma Breen Belt focuses on customers bringing increased sales from reduced costs, increased quality, and customer experience

Strategic Planning

Lean Six Sigma helps to identify the potential problems of the process in advance, allowing the project management team to plan to reduce and eliminate the problems and waste. This ensures productivity is not affected and the quality of the product and services offered to customers is not compromised.

This in turn helps the project management team to identify process strengths and weaknesses, and if needed to remove any unwanted processes.

Promoting a Healthy Company Culture

Lean Six Sigma motivates each employee to contribute to the organization’s advancement making them adaptable to changes in the workplace. Lean Six Sigma is a continuous improvement process and helps to promote a healthy work culture in the organization.

Adopting Lean Six Sigma boosts the organization’s growth and each individual potential career advancement. Organizations today are looking for individuals trained in Lean Six Sigma for improving their quality of service.

Projex Academy Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Syllabus

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DMAIC FOUNDATIONS

Welcome to the Lean 6 Sigma Foundations Course
Overview
What is Six Sigma?
The Six Sigma Breakthrough Equation
The Accuracy Of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Principles and Improvements
Six Sigma Benefits
Six Sigma Lean Principles
Six Sigma Lean Fundamentals
Combining Lean and Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma Principles
Customer Specification and Defects Part 1
Customer Specification and Defects Part 2
Yield and Product Acceptance
Cycle Time and Takt Time
Variation and Six Sigma Calculation
Approaches to using Lean Six Sigma
The Quality Culture
DMAIC and Project Selection

DMAIC – DEFINE PHASE

Define Phase – Introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Define Phase
DMAIC Define Phase
Define Phase Checklist
Process Mapping Tools
More Process Mapping Tools
Project Charter
Project Charter Part 2
Project Charter Part 3
SIPOC Model
Voice of the Customer
Voice of the Customer Part 2
Critical to Quality
Pareto Chart
KANO Model
Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty
Affinity Diagram
5s System

DMAIC – MEASURE PHASE

Measure Phase – Introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Measure Phase
Measure Phase and Current Performance
Cause and Effect Relationships
Process Sigma and Defects
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Statistical Terms
Statistical Modeling
Process Flows and Value Stream Maps
Process Flows and Value Stream Maps 2
Data Types
Standard Deviation and TAKT Time
Measurement System Analysis 1
Measurement System Analysis 2
Types of Measurement Scales
Data Sample Size
Data Sampling Approaches
Data Sampling Approaches 2
Measuring Distribution
Data Sampling – Precision and Confidence
Continuous Data Sampling
Discrete Data Sampling
Data Collection Plan 1
Data Collection Plan 2
Business Statistics and Histograms
Probability Distribution and Central Tendency
Measures of Dispersion
Measures of Distribution
Measures of Distribution 2
Confidence Levels
Box Plots (Whisker Plots)
Stem and Leaf Plots
Detecting Patterns
Assessing Process Capability
Statistical Process Control
Process Centering
Long Term Process Capability
The Z Transformation
Using Z Tables and Z Scores

DMAIC – ANALYSE PHASE

Introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Analyse Phase
Hypothesis Testing I
Hypothesis Testing II
Statistical versus Practical Significance
Degrees of Freedom
Hypothesis Example and Approach
Hypothesis Test Types I
Hypothesis Test Types II
Significance Level (Alpha)
Test Statistics
Critical Values
Hypothesis Testing
Z Test and Critical Value
Hypothesis Test Sequence Steps
Null Hypothesis Risks, Power, and Errors
T-Test and Distribution I
T-Test and Distribution II
Chi-Square Tests
Chi-Squared Table
Hypothesis Testing Examples
Statistical Hypothesis
T-distribution Tests
Sample T-Tests
Paired T-Test
ANOVA
F-Statistic
Test Applications
Two-Proportions
Scatter Diagrams and Regression Analysis
Regression Analysis
Analysis Technique
ERSC Approach
Control Impact Analysis
Process Mapping and Box Plots

DMAIC – IMPROVE PHASE

Introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Improve Phase
Lateral Thinking
More Lateral Thinking – Brainstorming
Idea Screening Tools
Idea Screening Tools Second Pass
Design Of Experiments (DOE)
Management of Risk
Reactive Risk Management
Risk Prevention Tool – Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Risk Prevention Tool – Severity Rating Scale
Risk Prevention Tool – FMEA Template
Design FMEA (DFMEA)
Lean Concepts and Tools
SMED and Poka-Yoke
Final Four Important Techniques
Partial/Fractional Factorial Design + Handbook PDF

DMAIC – CONTROL PHASE

Introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Control Phase
Statistical Process Control (SPC) Part I
Statistical Process Control (SPC) Part II
Control Chart Limits
Continuous Control Charts
Individual and Moving Range (I-MR)
Event Probabilities
P-Chart
More Charts
CUMSUM/CUSUM
Process Control Plan I
Process Control Plan II
Closing DMAIC
Lean Six Sigma Masterclass – Handbooks

Lean Six Sigma Masterclass – Everything you ever wanted to know about DMAIC

4.3

Boosting the core fundamentals of L6S 

  • DMAIC
  • Lean Principles
  • Six Sigma Process
  • Kanban
  • Just In Time (JIT)
  • Heijunka Leveling, Sequencing and Standardizing
  • Takt Time
  • … and much much more

Lean Six Sigma takes the features of Lean ( speed), and combines them with Six Sigma (stability and accuracy). This Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Masters Series will teach you how to streamline processes, improve business performance and supercharge your career

Dave Litten


David spent 25 years as a senior project manager for USA multinationals, and has deep experience in project management. He now develops a wide range of Project Management Masterclasses, under the Projex Academy brand name. In addition, David runs project management training seminars across the world, and is a prolific writer on the many topics of project management.

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