Lean Six Sigma

Less variability in aiming for Zero Waste

Six Sigma involves the use of statistical tools and a structured approach to troubleshooting to tackle projects with a high economic return.
The underlying concept is that once the defects present in a process have been measured, it is possible to systematically identify how to eliminate them with the goal to strive, as far as possible, for “zero defects“. This goal fits in precisely with the level of six sigma quality, equal to 3.4 parts per million (ppm).
In the projects tackled following the Lean Six Sigma, the concepts and tools of each of the two improvement strategies are combined following the DMAIC approach: Definition, Measurement, Analysis, Implementation, Control, giving the maximum result in improving processes both in terms of efficiency and quality.
If applied correctly, the Lean Six Sigma means you can obtain tangible results in increased productivity and profitability and increases the corporate culture toward the improvement with rigour and rationality: economic benefits are evaluated in the order of 2 to 3% of turnover with peaks of up to 10%.
CONSIDI brings its professionalism into play for both the direct management of Lean Six Sigma projects in the company and in the organisation of distinct training  thanks to training methodologies in which the focus is on the practical part: candidates, in fact, have the possibility to immediately put into practice what they learned during the theoretical sessions, thanks to their involvement in presentations, training simulations, business games, active review of the topics covered in each module and the management of business projects during the course of the program itself.
Thanks to a partnership that CONSIDI recently signed with the Six Sigma Management Institute – Europe, the global point of reference for training in this discipline, the offer is enriched by the e-learning platform MindPro® through which it is possible to obtain the Green Belt and Black Belt certifications issued directly by the Six Sigma Management Institute.