Lean Six Sigma was developed for manufacturing, but it is also successfully applied in other industries such as Healthcare, Logistics, Banking, Hotels, Construction and many more!
To remain competitive, manufacturing companies must learn new ways to take advantage of resources to improve lead time and product quality.
Government is a source of social growth and should be an example of efficiency in developing and carrying out processes that provide services to the public.
Construction is one of the industries that wastes the greatest amount of resources and time. The implementation of Lean Six Sigma is setting a new era in construction.
Financial institutions put forth great effort to create more agile and effective processes to deliver better and more efficient services to customers.
Currently over 95% of companies waste some form of energy, and only 5% are doing something about it. Energy waste can represent 1% to 20% of an organization’s operating costs.
Nowadays, healthcare services contain the most delicate and important processes for individuals and society. Therefore, it is important that the design and operation of healthcare facilities are highly efficient and result in optimal patient care. Lean Healthcare provides an opportunity to transform healthcare organizations into more efficient service providers.
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