I would refer you to 2 sources to help you prepare your presentation. I agree with the comments so far that your presentation needs to built around your organization and its current strategic needs – what is your greatest priority, sales, profitability, overhead, etc?
Anyway, here’s the 2 sources I used – one is the Lean Six Si…[Read more]
pretty common. The first question I would ask is whether your reward system lines up with the SS system. When I headed up a sales division we used to joke that the best thing we ever did was to design the sales compensation incentive program; then we would quickly say that was the worst thing we ever did! The reason we said that was we…[Read more]
I ran a Kaizen event to develop such a process recently for our IS organization. Shoot me an email and we can talk about whether it will help you out in your situation.
Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt
Wick Building Systems, Inc.
Steve B replied to the topic How do you know an organization is ready for Six Sig in the forum General 13 years, 9 months ago
it is a judgment call, certainly. A couple of thoughts are that one needs to have the following:
Clear support from the executive management group, especially the CEO. Support that says more than “go ahead and do it.” Support that will carve out the necessary resources and time to make it happen, as well as a clear statement that th…[Read more]
Steve B replied to the topic What is the benefit of Rolled Throughput Yield (RTY) in the forum General 17 years, 12 months ago
Walking the “part” through the process is the sometimes the only way to identify the hidden factories. Workers/managers who are imbeded in the process are to close to it to be objecttive and often don’t realize they are doing re-work. To them, it is part of the “normal” process.
As for the calculation, a good example for its use…[Read more]