When you have navigated your way through Define, Measure and Analyse, you can progress to Improve.
You’re the talent that has been undiscovered in the business for too long, but then, along came the Green Belt programme and you were discovered!
Ghost Walking? Nah… Waste Walking In nearly every town you will find a Ghost walk, where they offer an eerie night of History and Mystery to capture the imagination and inspire the mind.
The Project Charter is a one-page project overview that typically covers 5 or 6 areas and summarizes more detailed documents. It’s often one of the first deliverables required in a Leadership review and provides a reference throughout the project of your problem and goal.
When people first start to hear about Lean and Six Sigma, I am often asked which one do you choose?
I’ve heard many people debating whether Kaizen or DMAIC is the better approach, and sometimes the argument gets quite heated, so I wondered, who would win in a fight be between the two approaches?
How easily can you identify a poor process flow? Going back a good few years there was a guy I worked with who decided to become a cheque for the day. This chap stapled a cheque to his shirt as he wanted to understand the flow of dispatching a refund...
What can a fictional universe teach us about our approach to Digital Transformation? It might feel like I’m reaching – but let me explain what Marvel did, which can be applied to business transformation: 1. They started with the end in mind 2. They took iterative steps toward that end 3. They didn’t...
I’ve been delivering Lean Improvements in organisations for over 15 years. I see resistance in almost every project I’ve delivered. Sometimes, it’s minor and sometimes, its maximum resistance and sometimes, it kills the improvement completely. The big question of course is… Why?
If I’m being honest, I’ve never heard anyone outside of a Continuous Improvement function say that – unless they were trained in Lean Six Sigma (LSS). And yet it is fundamental to improving your product or service; either the speed in which it’s produced, the cost in which you produce...