Lean and Six Sigma have the same general
purpose of providing the customer with the best possible quality, cost,
delivery, and a newer attribute, nimbleness. There is a great deal of
overlap, and disciples of both disagree as to which techniques belong
The two initiatives approach their common purpose from slightly different angles:
Lean focuses on waste reduction, whereas Six Sigma emphasizes variation reduction
Lean achieves its goals by using less
technical tools such as kaizen, workplace organization, and visual
controls, whereas Six Sigma tends to use statistical data
analysis, design of experiments, and hypothesis tests
Start getting results from Lean Six Sigma immediately.
Learn the seven key tools that will make you look like a Lean Six Sigma expert, even if you’re just starting out.
This training is the fastest, easiest,
most direct route to bottom-line, profit-enhancing, and productivity
boosting results from Lean Six Sigma.
The Mission of Six Sigma
Benefits of Six Sigma
The Essence of Six Sigma
Tips of Managing Six Sigma
The 5S Good House-Keeping
The Meaning of 5S
Importance of 5S
Step-By-Step 5S Implementation
5S Implementation Guide
The Benefits of Implementing 5S
A 5S Success Story
Explore our Full Portfolio of Training Courses
Our portfolio of more than 200 training courses are currently designed to address the current training needs of our clients incorporating latest trends and internationally accepted best practices, in each distinct subject area.