January 24, 2013

PIUSS: Basic Comparision Between Lean and Six Sigma – Concepts

A primary distinction between Lean and Six Sigma is with regards to their basic perception. Lean aims for continuous process improvement by encouraging and guiding the workforce to reduce waste within their domain. It is an ongoing practice, and needs to be embraced by all the personnel in all parts of the organization. In contrast, Six Sigma is a logical and practical method that focuses on reducing defects in a specific business, or operations. The outcome pertains to that particular area, instead of encompassing the entire organization. Six Sigma specialists, such as Black Belts and Master Black Belts lead the improvement process.

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