For many, starting a Lean Six Sigma program is an “extra layer” of work that needs to be done on top of an already busy workplace. Resources are already stretched. Time is extremely limited. And it takes time to approach problem solving in a structured way. The hidden truth here is unstructured problem solving takes a lot more time and is far less effective. Problems come back. Solutions are not fully implemented. People are constantly “firefighting” or implementing “band-aid” solutions. Click the video below to see exactly how the "extra work" actually saves time - and lots of it.
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Christopher M. Spranger, MBA, ASQ MBB
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