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5S: The Incredibly Useful and Easily Applied Lean Tool

What is 5S? 5S is a systematic process for creating an orderly environment that is easily maintained, whether it is in the workplace or in your personal life. Hiroyuki Hirano is responsible for developing 5S as part of his system for production. In his book, 5 Pillars of the Visual Workplace, Hirano says: “A company [...]

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What is Process Mapping?

Process mapping is a technique which is used in the Six Sigma methodology. The tool allows the user to visualize the steps that are involved in any given process or activity. In simple terms, Six Sigma process mapping is a flowchart that illustrates all the inputs, steps, and outputs in a process. It is important [...]

Brainstorming: Is it Still Useful?

Brainstorming is a popular way for generating ideas. Organizations and groups use the technique to produce creative alternatives. When conducted properly, participants particularly enjoy the activity and actively contribute. The process moves rapidly and is ideal for gathering a large number of ideas in a short time. In recent years, however, many experts have criticized [...]

Welcome to ISSSP: International Society of Six Sigma Professionals

It’s a new beginning for the International Society of Six Sigma Professionals (ISSSP), and you will play a bigger part than ever before. We are reestablishing ISSSP as a non-profit organization. Our focus is to improve the Lean Six Sigma, Process Improvement and Change Management professions. As a non-profit, we want to ensure that Lean [...]