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13 September 2013

Lean Six Sigma

The main goal of every company is work optimization. A company which aims to be competitive on the market must start from such priorities as:

Make one’s production processes fast and flexible, minimizing costs maintaining at the same time the highest quality

Decrease procedure mistakes until reset

Answer promptly and effectively to market demands

Lean Sigma is a “management strategy” which, blending two methodologies (Six Sigma and Lean Production) allows all that. A new company philosophy is created modifying people’s “forma mentis” through the implementation of a rigorous methodology in planning management, defined as Deming cycle (or PDCA cycle: plan-do-check-act). In PDCA it is necessary a continuous interaction among research, planning, test, production and marketing.


The logical sequence of the four repeated points for a continuous improvement is the following:

P-Plan, planning.

D-Do. Performing of the program, at first in delimited contexts.

C-Check. Test and check, study and gathering of results and acknowledgements.

A-Act. Action to finalize and/or improve the process.


Our Consulting Services

  • Process and flows check-up inside companies resulting in the setting of a new operating methodology
  • Teaching of Lean Six Sigma method, including start up of the first projects with our consultants’ support for ongoing assistance and assessment/amendment of in-progress mistakes
  • Internal courses in the company to make staff autonomous as far as regards Lean Six Sigma strategy implementation
  • Uncertainty budget analysis in connection with studies of tolerances during processes

Production and business processes must have measurable, analysable and checked characteristics in order to improve them continuously, day after day.


Use Cases

  • During each step of the life of the company or of the product in case a more efficient and less expensive way is taken into consideration.
  • When working and resources reorganization can increase productivity without additional investments, risks and costs.
  • To guarantee a consistent quality of services and cut waste and reprocessing costs. Squandering removal
  • To increase one’s company quality and efficiency removing any mistake source that are responsible for time and money loss
  • To maintain obtained results over time improving and surpassing them continuously


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