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Applying the Principles of Lean Six Sigma to Enhance Efficiency and Increase Profits

  • Room: GS 15
Tuesday,May 17, 2022:1:30 PM -2:30 PM

Speaker(s)

Speaker
Brad Malone
Vice President of Consulting | Vice President of Professional Services
Navigate Management Consulting | Solutions360

Description

Every organization producing value for their clients has costs associated with designing, implementing, delivering and servicing their intended solution. These costs of quality fall into two primary categories: costs of conformance and costs of non-conformance. From the sales, operations, and service perspectives, any costs saved have a direct correlation to profit earned. This seminar will cover the modern quality principles (first time quality, lean, etc.) and correlate them to real-life examples of operational process changes, which will reduce or eliminate waste inside of your organization – increasing profits, morale and repeat business. In companies where many of their projects share repeatable processes, the Lean Six Sigma principles can be used by the people closest to the work to increase efficiencies, save time and rework, reduce call-backs, and reduce “break-fix” warranty and service calls - increasing both gross and net profits.


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Methodology

Every organization producing value to their Clients has costs associated with designing, implementing, delivering, and servicing their intended solution. These Costs of Quality fall into two primary categories: Costs of Conformance (costs and actions taken to directly produce value to the Client) and Costs of Non-conformance (costs and actions which detract from value creation and add waste to deliverable and the process). From the Sales, Operations, and Service perspectives, any costs saved have a direct correlation to profit earned. This seminar will cover the modern quality principles (First time quality, Lean, etc.) and correlate them to real-life examples of operational process changes which will reduce or eliminate waste inside of your organization – increasing profits, morale, and repeat business.

Learning Objectives

1. Examine the seven primary causes of waste and identify examples within their company
2. Recognize the common and special causes of process variation and their impact on productivity
3. Determine 5 – 10 areas where measurable process improvements can be made in short order