Implementing Lean Six Sigma brings about improvement in processes and the end product while lowering costs.
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Lean Six Sigma is a popular methodology all over the world because of the various benefits it allows. Lean methodology combined with Six Sigma helps to reduce waste, enhances productivity and ensures that high productivity at low costs is maintained. Both Lean and Six Sigma complement each other and helps businesses to provide their customers high-quality products/services at lower costs.
Detection of Errors and its Prevention
To achieve process improvement, Lean Six Sigma detects errors and defects in a process to improve its performance. As it removes an error from its root, defects and errors are prevented from occurring again and again. This not only maintains the high productivity of processes, but also reduces costs in identifying and removing errors.
Continuous detection of errors and elimination of their root cause creates a system that keeps giving the best value. It leads to an overall improvement in a business, as consistency in the quality of a product/service is maintained.
Lean Six Sigma aims to provide and maintain customer satisfaction by improving and maintaining the quality of the end product/service. This is achieved by removing defects that deteriorate the quality of the end product/service.
The methodologies also reduce waste and thus decrease the cost of production, which helps businesses to lower the price of the end product/service. Maintaining customer satisfaction is an important objective for a business, which is achieved by process improvement and waste reduction using Lean Six Sigma methodologies.
Increase in the Speed of Production
Faster production helps businesses to stay competitive. A business that is able to produce much faster can meet the demands of more customers.
Lean Six Sigma helps to achieve faster productivity by improving the cycle time. The faster the processes work, the more a business is able to produce. To grow in a competitive environment, it is important to be able to produce more at lower costs, and to maintain that quality over a long period of time.
Lean Six Sigma eliminates various kinds of waste, which drastically brings down the costs of production. The seven types of wastes Lean eliminates are:
4. Waiting Time
6. Motion of People
Elimination of these wastes leads to reduction in the cost of manufacturing. The waste reduction and elimination methodologies of Lean, used with process improvement techniques of Six Sigma, leads to a decrease in the overall cost of production. It helps businesses to lower the cost of the end product or to increase their profits.
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