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DMAIC: The 5 Phases Of Lean Six Sigma -

DMAIC – The 5 Phases of Lean Six Sigma

DMAIC is the problem-solving methodology behind Lean Six Sigma. It consists of five Phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. It is pronounced “duh-may-ik”. To help you better understand the process and help you easily apply the method to an existing problem, we’ve broken down the steps for each DMAIC…

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The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Process

If you're interested in obtaining your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, you might have some trouble truly understanding the process. So, here's a simple infographic that explains the process in 3 steps. Ready for Green Belt Training? If you're ready to become Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified, register here!…

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8 Wastes

What is Waste? Waste is any step or action in a process that is not required to complete a process (called "Non Value-Adding") successfully. When Waste is removed, only the steps that are required (called "Value-Adding") to deliver a satisfactory product or service to the customer remain in the process.…

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Lean Six Sigma Improves People and Morale

Lean Six Sigma not only increases revenue and reduces costs, it positively affects people by improving morale. Successful Lean Six Sigma projects build the confidence and develop the capability of your business’ most important resource: its people. Studies show that when employees feel that they have a positive affect on…

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Who Benefits From Lean Six Sigma?

Small- and medium- sized businesses Lean Six Sigma works for small and medium businesses (SMBs). In fact, often times, the same success that is achieved within large businesses can be achieved in small and medium businesses since smaller organizations can move faster because less people, fewer resources and lower levels…

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How Does Lean Six Sigma Work?

Five Basic Phases Lean Six Sigma is simply an effective methodology used to fix a problem. It is based on common sense practices and is completed in five phases: Define: Define the problem and what is required to satisfy your customer. Measure: Map the current process to collect data. Analyze:…

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Who Benefits From Using Lean Six Sigma

The Benefits of Using Lean Six Sigma

Organizations face rising costs and increasing competition every day. Lean Six Sigma allows you to combat these problems and grow your business the following ways: Lean Six Sigma Increases Profit Lean Six Sigma increases your organization’s profit by streamlining processes. Streamlined processes result in products or services that are completed faster…

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What Is Six Sigma?

Six Sigma is simply a method of efficiently solving a problem. The main goal of Six Sigma is to reduce the amount of defective products manufactured or services provided, resulting in increased profits and greater customer satisfaction. Six Sigma identifies the cause(s) of your problem to efficiently develop effective solution(s).…

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What is Lean?

Lean is popular for its methodical approach to streamlining both manufacturing and service processes by eliminating waste while continuing to deliver value to customers. Lean originated with both Henry Ford and his storied assembly line and, more famously, with Taiichi Ohno who codified the Lean Management Philosophy and Practices into…

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