18404 – ISO 2015 quantitative methods in process improvement – Six Sigma

18404 – ISO 2015 quantitative methods in process improvement – Six Sigma Quantitative methods in process improvement – Six Sigma-Ikanotites for the executive staff and businesses regarding the implementation of Lean and Six Sigma's. O ISO entity has posted by 2015 standard – ISO 18404 – 2015 quantitative methods in process improvement – Six Sigma-Ikanotites
-> Continue reading 18404 – ISO 2015 quantitative methods in process improvement – Six Sigma

ISO 13053-2011 quantitative methods in process improvement-Six Sigma

O ISO entity has posted from the 2011 standard-ISO-13053 2011 quantitative methods in process improvement – Six Sigma (1). The Six Sigma was originally developed by Motorola in 1986 to improve production processes aimed at 99.99966% of products without defects (i.e., 3.4 errors per million opportunities). Today, the methodology is applied in many spheres of
-> Continue reading ISO 13053-2011 quantitative methods in process improvement-Six Sigma

How can Lean IT help service improvement?

There is no doubt that service improvement is a journey. Lean principles help IT to deliver more value to the business. While Lean feels ‘cutting edge’ in fact it has a history: Lean has continuously evolved from the days of Henry Ford’s assembly line to Toyota’s production systems to today with leading information technology companies.
-> Continue reading How can Lean IT help service improvement?

How can Lean IT help service improvement?

There is no doubt that service improvement is a journey. Lean principles help IT to deliver more value to the business. While Lean feels 'cutting edge' in fact it has a history: Lean has continuously evolved from the days of Henry Ford's assembly line to Toyota's production systems to today with leading information technology companies.
-> Continue reading How can Lean IT help service improvement?