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Maintain Competitive Prices and Profit Margins Together

Posted in Lean Manufacturing

companies complain of rising world oil, which will indirectly affect the cost of production and higher selling prices. Even if the selling price fixed, meaning thin profit margins, even if the company is not careful in the calculations, can be said to lose. Condition that forces management to think hard to survive. If the price is raised, it does not compete with other competitors and if it is not raised then the company will lose money.

How appropriate action to address this kind of problem? One is the continuous cost reduction just as discussed earlier. Continuous improvement efforts will greatly help to reduce the company’s losses. Any quality improvement efforts will eliminate or reduce the waste that exists in the relevant industry system, so the price per unit will automatically be reduced.

Lean Six Sigma Training is a continuous training

Posted in Lean Six Sigma

Each lean six sigma training has long-term goal, namely to make continuous improvement and sustainable. Six Sigma Training does not stop at training in the classroom, provide examples of improvement, the practice field of the concept has been obtained. But a company with a trainer to come at considerable cost, hoping that there will be significant efficiency to the company’s performance.

Keep in mind that to obtain the expected value of efficiency need quite a long time and cannot be achieved instantly. All companies are aware of it, that the point of improvement will be seen when there is a problem. Based on the problem that member companies will be required to complete. Thus the system resolution of the issues that created a unified system of standardization and to solve them. Training to be the mainstay for forming the mindset of employees to respond to problems and have the weapons to finish it.