Wyrick Enterprises offers Consulting, Coaching, and Expert Guidance in all things Lean Sigma.
Operational Excellence is attainable when the organization’s culture is committed to improving the people, processes, and procedures. Through our shared partnership we will align your internal resources and optimize your human capital.
To pursue ‘Operational Excellence by Design ‘, and not by coincidence is a strategic and tactical commitment throughout the organization. Success is to reach a state of alignment for achieving its strategies; and where the corporate culture is committed to the continuous and deliberate improvement of company performance.
From organizational-wide assessments to Design-of-Experiment we will coach you at every stage of the process. We do not just tell you; we train and coach you to go out and do it yourself. Our objective is to work ourselves out of business
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I learn.”Benjamin Franklin
Coaching is a form of development in which an experienced person, called a coach, supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional goal by providing training and guidance. The learner is sometimes called a coachee.
For example, a Master Black Belt or a Lean Sigma Practitioner is a person who can be called upon to answer any questions the Green or Black Belt would have, concerning the project. Giving guidance to ensure they are utilizing all the Lean and Six Sigma tools appropriately and in the proper order.
Coaching can be something as simple as a one-hour conversation, or a multiple session for more complicated endeavors. With proper coaching, the coachee can attain project completion or certification as well as anything in between. Coaching is the keystone of any organizational endeavor. Also, the success of seasoned and experienced Champions, Green Belts, or Black Belts is predicated upon receiving or offering help in any process improvement efforts.
When coaching it is imperative that the coach and coachee agree upon where the coachee is currently at in their knowledge base and where they want/need to go. This could be something as simple as explaining how to use a certain LSS tool or how to tackle an internal-departmental problem. The coach follows a standard roadmap of where they are and where they are wanting to go. The coach then explains the roadmap to the coachee along with milestones and end results.