Lean and Six Sigma are two of the most valuable management strategies. Using different tools, they share similar goals. While Lean focuses on the speed with which a product /service is delivered, by identifying and eliminating steps that do not add value to customers, Six Sigma is mainly aimed at identifying and eliminating defects by minimizing variability.

Both Lean and Six Sigma are great management strategies. Both drive excellent and proven results.

Lean and Six Sigma complement each other; they add value to each other. Lean is not enough to create a stable process from a statistical point of view, and Six Sigma does not focus on reducing cycle time. However, used together, they create a more stable process that provides higher quality results which involves far lower costs.

LSS Yellow Belt

This level of Certification is mainly for beginners who are taking their first steps in Learning and applying Six Sigma tools. Yellow Belts are…

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LSS Green Belt

Once the Yellow Belt level achieved, you can move to the next step, the Green Belt Certification. The Six Sigma Green Belt training provides…

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LSS Black Belt

Six Sigma Black Belt training courses refer to some of the same areas of knowledge as Green Belt courses; however they require a superior level of skill and…

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LSS Master BB

The Master Black Belt certification is a mark of career excellence. A Master Black Belt has the qualification to teach, train and coach other Six Sigma…

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