Karthik Dharmalingam replied to the topic Why Do Lean Six Sigma Black Belts Become Great Consutants? in the forum Methodology 5 months, 1 week ago
My response for Lean Six Sigma Consultants, as the belt color doesn’t really matter. While the color defines the competency, there were occasions GB’s performed well and more grounded.
Well,LSS consultants are great Consultants for all the reasons you have mentioned above – Tools, methodologies, Exposure, insights etc.
During one of business meeting today, we were discussing about solution through Automation. A process/product developed were tested during the UAT and reported 99% accuracy and it goes-live. However in the real time, when there is 1% error which crops up and if there is a Client escalation, Team goes back and do 100% inspection (to ensure we don’t…[Read more]
thank you Mike. You are right, 5% is the popular number without any rationale, apparently the pressure is on us to retain the Customer, by cost cutting/optimization.
your suggestions on resources working across locations and the transaction processing time is indeed a great advice, I will look into it.
I have been asked to drive productivity improvement (efficiency) by 5%. This is primarily to offset the price reduction requested by the Customer. I would appreciate expert suggestions on methods, tools to improve productivity.
– Transaction processing
– 300+ FTEs in the Project
– Annual revenue – 5 Mn
@rekhaprakash26, it is relatively tough and trivial to compute soft savings/benefits in $. That too in your scenario, you have mentioned that there was no impact on time & efforts :( . Having said that, if you or your boss emphasise to report the $ value, you can think about effect of inaccurate data and how would it affect the process/people…[Read more]