Continuous Improvement, Lean & Six Sigma — Implementation Strategy & Execution
At Mosaic we feel that it is important to have a
Continuous Improvement culture within your company. This philosophy looks at change in small, incremental steps, relying on ideas put forth by employees. Small changes can usually be implemented inexpensively and helps employees to take ownership of their ideas for improvement. Continuous Improvement methodologies encourage open communication and feedback, are measurable and are successful in bringing about positive change within the organization and your customers.
Six Sigma methodologies is the idea of solving problems and improving processes. Lean focus is on creating greater value for customers by reducing waste or non-value-added activities. It uses a multitude of tools, processes and ideologies to help achieve this. Process mapping, value steam mapping, fishbone diagrams, Pareto charts, 5S and 5Why, just to name a few, are used to identify value and waste.
Six Sigma is a data-driven approach that provides organizations with tools to reduce process variation and increase performance & quality.
Mosaic teaches and works alongside your organization to install these and other methodologies with the goal of reducing costs, increasing profits, and building a stronger entity to serve your employees and customers.