The volatile economic situation has prompted many organizations to ramp up their cost reduction initiatives. But cost reduction that stifles productivity and quality is worthless in the face of competition. This has opened up a massive opportunity for new lean six sigma and process improvement projects. However, unlike in previous years, stakeholders expect these projects to be customized for faster positive outcomes and contribute towards top line growth for the business.
Process Improvements Viewed as the Answer to Operating in a Tough Business Climate
No matter how long LSS and process improvement tools have been utilized in by their organizations, black belts and six sigma champions are now being put to the test to implement and deploy projects that deliver positive results, faster.
The top three challenges in 2012 have been identified:
Proving to stake holders the value of LSS: Leveraging on operational excellence and BPM to increase top line growth
Improving the success rates of LSS projects: Customization, modeling and simulation with the right tools
Increasing the effectiveness of LSS projects in unpredictable business environments: Measuring performance and sustaining results
If you are facing any one of these, then you need to change your methods.
Directors, Vice Presidents, General Managers, Heads, and Managers of:
Master Black Belt/ Black Belt/ Green Belt