Lean Six Sigma helps improve enterprise quality and productivity.


   In order to maintain a competitive edge in the global era, while keeping up with the trends of the world's leading corporations, many companies and businesses have learned to use quality productivity improvement methods. Typical among them are Lean production methods to reduce waste in the production process and Six Sigma tools to increase quality and improve productivity.


   By applying specific programs tailored to the conditions of each business, products will be launched to the market more quickly, satisfy customers and maintain a stable market share in many fields. . Simply put, improving a company's operational productivity involves collecting, analyzing data, and making effective decisions.


   The success of a company's operations depends largely on the division of work between departments in the enterprise in order to share data and information and use and understand them effectively.


   The first step when you want to apply lean methods and Six Sigma tools to improve productivity and quality is to define business processes. A company's operations include the people, production processes, and necessary technologies, as well as related resources and information, and necessary procedures throughout the enterprise.


   Diagrammatic manufacturing process assessments help business professionals access, monitor, and identify operational process improvement projects. Project managers can then prioritize and plan new process activities to fix existing problems. By reducing the rate of defective, damaged, and unsatisfactory products and eliminating unnecessary red tape, businesses can improve productivity quickly.


   In addition, businesses need to regularly monitor reports to analyze financial data and understand the level of customer satisfaction. Talented leaders are aware of the importance of disseminating comprehensive data and information to project managers so they can develop plans to improve production, allocation, and production processes. resources, complete tasks, manage budgets, and determine if the project meets the company's goals and make adjustments accordingly.


   Enterprises need to develop common criteria for the standardization of projects to ensure that managers consistently and systematically evaluate their performance and apply changes appropriately. 


   For example, if customer satisfaction for any product falls below 50%, the business needs to conduct an investigation to find problems that can be remedied by changing the manufacturing process. to improve customer confidence.


   A business with a vision is one that creates operational balance sheets based on information from a secure data warehouse. Specify financial parameters such as monthly sales, customer parameters such as the number of product support calls, parameters related to the company's production operations such as the number of quantity of goods, products made per month, personnel parameters such as the current number of employees.


   As businesses make changes to improve operational processes, it's also a good idea to take note of any small changes that occur during operations to confirm that the new direction is appropriate and successful. Moreover, it is also essential to track information from process improvement projects to implement comprehensive changes on all fronts.


   Along with that, leaders must analyze the costs and calculate the benefits that these changes bring. Every business or company should create an intranet website that posts reports, balance sheets, and success examples from other businesses to learn from. At the same time, enterprises need to ensure that all employees can access and access information and are trained in a methodical manner on implementing measures to improve production productivity.