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What is 121+155?

Lean Six Sigma is a globally accepted methodology for transforming systems and economies sustainably and measurably. It recommends a system for firms to produce tangible outcomes reliably (DMAIC, or Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) while maintaining excellent quality management.

The most important step is to define and integrate what clients need most from processes. There is nothing more to add; there can only be positive outcomes from this. Prices are decreased, customer satisfaction is improved, and lead times are reduced with this strategy. The strength of this method is that it draws on people’s knowledge and familiarity with their systems.

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At Lean Six Sigma Experts of Kentucky, we use the Lean Six Sigma approach to improve both the process and the results. Lean tries to improve flow and value generation. Six Sigma strives for systems that are both stable and competitive. They are fully complementary and reinforce each other when used together.

What are the advantages of Six Sigma for Kentucky businesses?

The below are the advantages of Six Sigma for companies:

  • Profitability improves when waste decreases
  • The customer’s successful concentration is increased
  • It leads to long-term change
  • Establishes strategy and goals
  • Encourages lifelong learning and advancement

According to a report, all production and distribution companies pay a penalty for bad performance. This penalty expenditure adds up to half of a service organization’s expenses in certain situations.

According to the findings, “productive work” accounted for fewer than 10% of the process cycle period. The remainder consists of waste, rework, and non-value-added tasks.

In Lean Six Sigma, What Are The Different Roles?


It is a daunting challenge to optimize a system. A real and long-term transition can be made if the right people with the essential Lean Six Sigma expertise are in position. Karate was the origin for the term “belts,” or “bands” in Dutch. The following are the most important roles in Lean Six Sigma:

Yellow Belt: Has detailed knowledge of the Lean Six Sigma dynamics. Green and Black Belts are in charge of dealing with procedural issues. They work in project teams and receive "just-in-time" training.

Green Belt: Build and manage Lean Six Sigma programs. Green belts have some Lean Six Sigma experience, although not quite as many as Black Belts. Most are trained in JIT (just-in-time) too.

Black Belt: Works under the supervision of a Master Black Belt. Has extensive knowledge of Lean Six Sigma. Works on project teams as a mentor, consultant, trainer, and project manager.

Master Black Belt: The Master Black Belt's task is to partner with leaders to recognize challenges and choose (improvement) measures. Individually coaches and teaches as a counselor and manages events. In charge of introducing Lean Six Sigma and changing a company's ethos.

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In Kentucky, How Can You Successfully Involve Top Management?

At Lean Six Sigma Experts of Kentucky, we will have an executive launch session to involve senior management early in the deployment preparation process. These sessions, which may involve direct presentations and main partners, will be organized by the CEO or COO in coordination with the app rollout organizer. A traditional executive launch may increase awareness about how Lean and Six Sigma can assist the CEO in meeting his or her goals and inspire senior team members to engage in the potential of Lean Six Sigma. It would also enable the senior management team to internalize the deployment approach, make choices, and plan key operational and managerial responsibilities and activities.

There are so many areas or regions where we offer these services with most of them being cities.

However, if you need any of these services, you need to contact us. The list below comprises the areas where we offer these services.