Here is a collection of common Lean Six Sigma Terms from 5S to Value Stream Mapping.
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Productivity improvements can begin in very simple ways. Start with looking for activities that waste time and resources. This article will help you find ways to remove clutter and improve process that will save time and remove waste. Plus, you can download your own copy of the TIM WOODS e-book.
Here’s a great story of Albertans standing up to meet a need during this pandemic.
DMAIC is a data-driven improvement cycle or framework that breaks down problem solving into five steps: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control.
Leadership is a choice. To improve your leadership skills you need to understand your leadership strengths and opportunities. What kind of leader are you? Are you a Structural Leader or an Entrepreneurial Leader?
Welcome back to GO Productivity’s Book Club 6th installment and our final review of the book Lean Six Sigma for Dummies by John Morgan and Martin-Brenig Jones.
SIPOC is a powerful tool used to map your processes in order to meet and exceed your customer’s expectations.
Toyota’s Fujio Cho says leaders need to do three things: Go see, ask why, and show respect. This is a brilliantly simple summary of some well-studied and widely accepted philosophies. In this article we present some of our own thoughts on this memorable little phrase.
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The Honourable Melanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and Minister for Western Economic Diversification Canada was in Edmonton to announce that Western Economic Diversification Canada will provide an investment of up to $596,300 to support GO Productivity through our ARC Program in improving the competitiveness of western Canadian businesses. Our ARC Assessment-Roadmap-Coaching… Read more »