Lean Six Sigma Training


What can Lean Six Sigma Achieve?

Lean and Six Sigma are two separate methodologies, which complement each other in achieving greater value for the end customer while reducing waste. Lean Six Sigma allows minor changes in processes that can easily be implemented, and which initiate and maintain continuous improvement in processes.        I.            Elimination of Waste Millions of organisations worldwide now [...]

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What can Lean Six Sigma Achieve?


How Training Helps You to Get Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification

Lean Six Sigma combines the power of Lean and Six Sigma methodologies in improving the efficiency of processes and reducing wastes. A training course for getting black belt certification in Lean Six Sigma helps learners develop: Understanding of Lean and Six Sigma Methods to improve processes Practical tools to achieve process improvement ‘How, When and [...]

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How Training Helps You to Get Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification


Lean Process Improvement Training – Targeting Eight Areas of Waste

Eliminating waste is an important part of process improvement and cost reduction. Organisations that know which areas to target for reduction/elimination of waste and acceleration of growth saves effort, time and money. The eight areas of waste that need to be looked into by organisations for elimination of waste include: Underutilisation of Talent Excessive Use [...]

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Lean Process Improvement Training – Targeting Eight Areas of Waste


Lean Six Sigma Training – What is the Law of Complexity and Cost?

According to the Law of Complexity and Cost, any product or service that is very complex adds more non-value, higher costs, and requires more work than processes that are slow or of lower quality. In other words, the complexity and cost to produce something which is complex is more expensive than something that is lower [...]

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Lean Six Sigma Training – What is the Law of Complexity and Cost?


Lean Six Sigma Training Courses – What is Variance in the Manufacturing Process?

When studying process improvement in a Lean Six Sigma manufacturing process, the last thing you want is variation, but the reality is variance exists in any process; even when tossing a coin. By attending the one-day Introduction to Lean Process Improvement, delivered by Pdtraining in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane, you’ll learn how variation can [...]

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Lean Six Sigma Training Courses – What is Variance in the Manufacturing Process?


Error Removal Strategies Through Lean Six Sigma Training

Errors not only force repetition of processes, but also lead to wastage of resources. An organisation in which errors are repeated loses efficiency and professionalism, which hurt production and the internal environment. Lean Six Sigma identifies and removes the causes of errors to reduce waste, and accelerate the speed and effectiveness of processes. It uses [...]

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Error Removal Strategies Through Lean Six Sigma Training


Lean Six Sigma Training Australia – Identifying Muda (Waste) in the Manufacturing Process

The study of Lean Six Sigma process improvement reveals an insight into the many aspects of the manufacturing process for any product and identifying Muda (waste) is part of this analysis. Pdtraining delivers 1-day introduction courses into process improvement as well as Lean Six Sigma.  Pdtraining also is one the few accredited Lean Six Sigma [...]

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Lean Six Sigma Training Australia – Identifying Muda (Waste) in the Manufacturing Process


Process Efficiency and Continuous Improvement Training

Every business works to achieve growth for which it uses different strategies including research, development and effective management and use of talent. Stable growth can only be achieved if there is a continuous and incremental improvement in business processes. There are many methods to achieve stable and continuous growth of a business, but some methods [...]

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Process Efficiency and Continuous Improvement Training


Lean Customer Satisfaction Improvement – What is the Kano Model?

When you attend a Lean process improvement or Six Sigma course with Pdtraining you’ll be exposed to a number of business process and manufacturing improvements like the Kano model. In this article we review the Kano model and how it applies to product improvement. The Kano model is a theory of product development and customer [...]

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Lean Customer Satisfaction Improvement – What is the Kano Model?


Lean Process Improvement Training – The Five Principles of Lean Business

In this article we’ll review the five great principles of Lean process improvement that are also known as Womack’s Principles. In trying to develop the benchmarks for the automotive industry production facilities, Womack developed a set of five principles that form the basis of what we now refer to as “lean enterprise implementation“.  The results [...]

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Lean Process Improvement Training – The Five Principles of Lean Business


Lean Process Improvement Training – The TPS Framework Model

In this article about lean process improvement training we review the TPS framework model; the blueprint for a Lean Enterprise that has become one of the most popular examples of modern manufacturing. The framework represents a structural system of how to view our business and organisation: The framework is strong if the roof, the pillars, [...]

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Lean Process Improvement Training – The TPS Framework Model


Lean Six Sigma Training – The Fourteen Principles Behind the Toyota Manufacturing Process

When you attend any Lean Six Sigma courses in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne or Perth, you’ll be exposed to the Toyota manufacturing process as a model to understand the Lean Six Sigma process. In this article we will look more closely at Toyota’s philosophies that have become a spiritual pinnacle of modern manufacturing. “The Toyota Way” [...]

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Lean Six Sigma Training – The Fourteen Principles Behind the Toyota Manufacturing Process