Why are Six Sigma methodologies important to your business? If you believe that your business is just fine, why implement this highly structured, data-driven culture into your business?
Our answer? With businesses failing because of the high cost of materials and poor quality management (which can lead to loss of revenue through defects and long production times), there is a good reason why Six Sigma is important for any business in any industry.
The reason businesses fail is because changes occur, and what worked before won’t necessarily work in today’s work climate. These changes occur a little bit at a time; they are almost unnoticeable at first. Then before you know it, you are laying off perfectly great help because you are cutting costs in order to stay afloat.
By implementing Six Sigma’s DMAIC methodologies, the following can happen:
- Cut process cycle time
- Reduce or eliminate waste
- Increase customer satisfaction
- Reduce defects
- Eliminate expensive revising
Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control = DMAIC
By using Six Sigma methodologies, you are using the best template for working smart. The Six Sigma tools that are used are easy to understand, and so flexible that any business in any industry can benefit. Other than the cost of training, these tools do not cost any money. Six Sigma’s DMAIC is a great template for working smart; otherwise you’re doing just enough to get through the day.
The Six Sigma certifications, whether it’s White & Yellow Belts, Green Belt, Black Belt or Master Black Belt, is a great journey with the added benefits of having a community of support, as well as a fraternity or network of like-minded business people like yourself.
This all adds up to success in business and a nice network of business connections, not to mention the great knowledge you will have.
For more information on our certification training courses and services, please visit 6sigma.com.