Guest Blogger – GoLeanSixSigma.com
Are you tasked with solving problems at your nonprofit but struggle to accomplish fixing them?
What if there was a five step method that allowed you to not only solve your problems, but improve processes and remove unnecessary waste along the way?
Well – there is – and it’s called Lean Six Sigma!
It’s a combination of two powerful process improvement methods:
Lean and Six Sigma.
Lean Six Sigma decreases your nonprofit’s costs by:
- Removing “Waste” from a process. Waste is any activity within a process that isn’t required to provide a service, or to manufacture a product that meets defined quality standards.
- Solving problems caused by a process. Problems are issues with a service or product that cost your organization money.
Want to learn about how Lean Six Sigma has helped nonprofit organizations around the world?
Check out these nonprofit success stories!
- Increasing Services to the Homeless With Lisa Donovan
- Increasing Enrollment in Teen Parent Program by 50% Featuring Laura D’Angelo
- Improving Grant Submission Cycle Time by an Entire Week With Amanda Booth
Learn more about “FastPitch: A Shared Process Improvement Experience” on May 8 when Craig Tickel and Susan Tighe join us.
Craig Tickel has over 20 years of experience in continuous improvement in a multitude of industries. He is an experienced trainer, mentor, and coach with the ability to relate to all levels within an organization.
Susan Tighe is a facilitator, trainer and Black Belt with 12 years of process improvement experience. She has trained and mentored hundreds of people and has helped complete projects with quantifiable results.