Lean Six Sigma Integration – Training & Coaching
Have you been-there-done-that with simulations that pay more attention to building the product than explaining the application of tools to the process? Have you left a simulation feeling like you had a fun time but wondered about what you learned? WE have developed a simulation that helps you understand how, when, why, and where to apply the Lean Sigma tools within the process and system.
Our Lean Sigma Integration Simulation will teach you how to implement the tools necessary to create flow and reduce variation in the service, administration, or manufacturing environment. WE will take you through eleven modules that will systematically introduce the Lean Sigma tools one-at-a-time. WE will apply a couple of different tools to each module to show you their impact on the process and compare it back to previous modules for purposes of measuring improvements. By module eleven WE will integrate all the concepts and tools taught in the previous modules to show you the power of Lean Sigma Synergy.
Wyrick Enterprises would like to offer your organization the opportunity to purchase the Lean Sigma Simulation so that you can run it whenever and wherever you would like. The flexibility and agility to hold the event are yours to determine.
What industries can benefit from this simulation?
Manufacturing, Service, Hotels, Medical, Mining, Banking, Mortgage, Health Care, and any company that works with people, processes, procedures, and systems.
Who should participate?
Anyone, at any level within your organization, that is committed to continuous improvement and wants to make a difference.
Your FREE download includes:
Our introduction video
Module 7 – Looks at Reduction of Variation and Higher Yield Potentia With
This module deals with the reduction of variation. From watching the module, you can see how we improve our system, having a profound impact on our ability to process products.
The following questions (and more) should help you understand your process movement.
- What do you currently know about the variation within your system?
- How do you currently measure variation?
- Do you know if your processes are capable, or not? If so how do you know?
- Do you have a variation reduction plan?
After answering some critical questions, you should understand how your processes are working and how to improve them.
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