Lean vs. Six Sigma: How They Differ

Lean and Six Sigma are markedly different methodologies, but when combined, are a powerful business improvement practice. Lean is defined as: The removal of waste from a process(es) to increase efficiency and lower costs. A few examples of waste are: Wait time (slow computers, waiting on answers, waiting on purchase orders, et al). Movement of […]
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Eight Tools to Develop Your Innovation Skills: Part 2

In Part 1, we covered the first four tools to develop your innovation skills. Now, we continue with the final four tools. 5. Reanalyze (streamline, combine, or eliminate) critical workflows. Should be applied both internally and externally It is all about the customers! Can be done with or without process mapping But is easier with […]
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