What Problem Do You Want To Solve Today?

Lean Coach® is a Lean Six Sigma problem-solving platform that combines Augmented Intelligence technology with Operational Excellence strategies to help professionals increase the speed of delivery, improve quality, and reduce costs.

 
 

Sara managed warehouse operations and spent most days in firefighting mode. Leadership expected her to reduce the number of missed deliveries, but she didn’t know where to start. Lean Coach® guided her through the root cause analysis, recommended specific strategies that would improve the process, and provided training videos and custom tools to help with the implementation.

Devon earned his Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification several years ago but found it challenging to remember all the different tools and apply them to real-world scenarios. Lean Coach® simplified the process by recommending specific tools and strategies to his unique situation, automated much of the work, and guided him through the continuous improvement process.

James is a Senior Process Engineer, responsible for leading multiple improvement projects across several facilities. Lean Coach® provided him with the tool to organize his work, guidance on the next steps to take, and saved time with automated project summaries. Best of all, the Dashboard highlights his progress and reports his validated annualized savings.

How Does Lean Coach® Work?

The first of its kind, Lean Coach® is an Augmented Intelligence Platform that combines machine learning with Lean, Data Analytics, Theory of Constraints, and Scrum strategies to help professionals at all levels successfully resolve complex scenarios by eliminating inefficiency, optimizing processes, and adding value to your customers. Lean Coach® will:

  • Guide you through the problem-solving process without the need for on-site training or consultation.
  • Analyze your current operational processes and make strategic recommendations to eliminate waste and solve problems.
  • Provides On-demand video instruction
  • Create customized tools, calculators, and templates for your needs
  • Calculate your expected annual savings for each project

Lean Coach Strategies

Lean A company culture with specific tools and principles focused on increasing delivery speed, improving quality, reducing costs, and eliminating waste. See how our Lean Methodology works on our “Lean Wheel”.

Stability The focal point of every Lean organization is stability. Without stability, an organization implodes with the slightest variation. Without stability in our workforce, processes, equipment, quality, safety, supply chain, and customer demand, the organization falls into chaos and will eventually fail. Each of the eight core principles coordinates with one another and help create the needed stability.

People are our Greatest Assets The mindset of empowering and engaging with employees at all levels to solve problems, make decisions, identify problems and build mutual trust and respect.

Standardized Work Identify the most efficient way of completing a task, designed around human movement, and designed with a mechanism to ensure it is repeatable and reproducible. Without a standard, you will never be able to measure progress.

Six Sigma The use of statistical analysis identifies variation within the process and implements multiple tools to monitor and control the process. As we enter Industry 4.0, data analytics is becoming a necessity rather than a competitive advantage. Our goal is to develop you into becoming a data-driven leader.

Just-in-Time An inventory strategy organizations employ to increase their delivery speed and reduce inventory and space costs by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production process. When established, a Just-in-Time strategy may be the source of competitive advantage.

Scrum A lean method for project management that streamlines communication, collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement. Also known as Agile, Scrum will provide you and your team with the framework to increase productivity anywhere from 200 to 800 percent.

Autonomation Automation with a human touch. The principle is to transfer human intelligence into a machine. Autonomation prevents the production of defects, eliminates over-production, and allows anomalies to be investigated immediately at the point of error.

Theory of Constraints Introduce systems thinking focused on maximizing flow by improving the bottleneck and Throughput Accounting to ensure the organization’s metrics are aligned with their financial goals.

Go and See Derived from the Japanese word, Genchi Genbutsu, meaning “Go and observe, or go and see” at the place where value is created. This principle creates a shop-floor focus by encouraging leaders to close their computers or leave their desks and engage with the team at the problem’s source.

These principles mean nothing if you are unable to create a culture of Continuous Improvement in your organization, meaning that we are continually looking for ways to apply and improve on these eight principles by eliminating waste.

What Problem Do You Want To Solve Today?

Lean Coach® is a Lean Six Sigma problem-solving platform that combines Augmented Intelligence technology with Operational Excellence strategies to help professionals increase the speed of delivery, improve quality, and reduce costs.

Sara managed warehouse operations and spent most days in firefighting mode. Leadership expected her to reduce the number of missed deliveries, but she didn’t know where to start. Lean Coach® guided her through the root cause analysis, recommended specific strategies that would improve the process, and provided training videos and custom tools to help with the implementation.

Devon earned his Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification several years ago but found it challenging to remember all the different tools and apply them to real-world scenarios. Lean Coach® simplified the process by recommending specific tools and strategies to his unique situation, automated much of the work, and guided him through the continuous improvement process.

James is a Senior Process Engineer, responsible for leading multiple improvement projects across several facilities. Lean Coach® provided him with the tool to organize his work, guidance on the next steps to take, and saved time with automated project summaries. Best of all, the Dashboard highlights his progress and reports his validated annualized savings.

How Does Lean Coach® Work?

The first of its kind, Lean Coach® is an Augmented Intelligence Platform that combines machine learning with Lean, Data Analytics, Theory of Constraints, and Scrum strategies to help professionals at all levels successfully resolve complex scenarios by eliminating inefficiency, optimizing processes, and adding value to your customers. Lean Coach® will:

  • Guide you through the problem-solving process without the need for on-site training or consultation.
  • Analyze your current operational processes and make strategic recommendations to eliminate waste and solve problems.
  • Provides On-demand video instruction
  • Create customized tools, calculators, and templates for your needs
  • Calculate your expected annual savings for each project

Lean Coach Strategies

Lean A company culture with specific tools and principles focused on increasing delivery speed, improving quality, reducing costs, and eliminating waste. See how our Lean Methodology works2 on our “Lean Wheel”.

Stability The focal point of every Lean organization is stability. Without stability, an organization implodes with the slightest variation. Without stability in our workforce, processes, equipment, quality, safety, supply chain, and customer demand, the organization falls into chaos and will eventually fail. Each of the eight core principles coordinates with one another and help create the needed stability.

People are our Greatest Assets The mindset of empowering and engaging with employees at all levels to solve problems, make decisions, identify problems and build mutual trust and respect.

Standardized Work Identify the most efficient way of completing a task, designed around human movement, and designed with a mechanism to ensure it is repeatable and reproducible. Without a standard, you will never be able to measure progress.

Six Sigma The use of statistical analysis identifies variation within the process and implements multiple tools to monitor and control the process. As we enter Industry 4.0, data analytics is becoming a necessity rather than a competitive advantage. Our goal is to develop you into becoming a data-driven leader.

Just-in-Time An inventory strategy organizations employ to increase their delivery speed and reduce inventory and space costs by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production process. When established, a Just-in-Time strategy may be the source of competitive advantage.

Scrum A lean method for project management that streamlines communication, collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement. Also known as Agile, Scrum will provide you and your team with the framework to increase productivity anywhere from 200 to 800 percent.

Autonomation Automation with a human touch. The principle is to transfer human intelligence into a machine. Autonomation prevents the production of defects, eliminates over-production, and allows anomalies to be investigated immediately at the point of error.

Theory of Constraints Introduce systems thinking focused on maximizing flow by improving the bottleneck and Throughput Accounting to ensure the organization’s metrics are aligned with their financial goals.

Go and See Derived from the Japanese word, Genchi Genbutsu, meaning “Go and observe, or go and see” at the place where value is created. This principle creates a shop-floor focus by encouraging leaders to close their computers or leave their desks and engage with the team at the problem’s source.

These principles mean nothing if you are unable to create a culture of Continuous Improvement in your organization, meaning that we are continually looking for ways to apply and improve on these eight principles by eliminating waste.

Sara managed warehouse operations and spent most days in firefighting mode. Leadership expected her to reduce the number of missed deliveries, but she didn’t know where to start. Lean Coach® guided her through the root cause analysis, recommended specific strategies that would improve the process, and provided training videos and custom tools to help with the implementation.

Devon earned his Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification several years ago but found it challenging to remember all the different tools and apply them to real-world scenarios. Lean Coach® simplified the process by recommending specific tools and strategies to his unique situation, automated much of the work, and guided him through the continuous improvement process.

James is a Senior Process Engineer, responsible for leading multiple improvement projects across several facilities. Lean Coach® provided him with the tool to organize his work, guidance on the next steps to take, and saved time with automated project summaries. Best of all, the Dashboard highlights his progress and reports his validated annualized savings.

How Does Lean Coach® Work?

The first of its kind, Lean Coach® is an Augmented Intelligence Platform that combines machine learning with Lean, Data Analytics, Theory of Constraints, and Scrum strategies to help professionals at all levels successfully resolve complex scenarios by eliminating inefficiency, optimizing processes, and adding value to your customers. Lean Coach® will:

  • Guide you through the problem-solving process without the need for on-site training or consultation.
  • Analyze your current operational processes and make strategic recommendations to eliminate waste and solve problems.
  • Provides On-demand video instruction
  • Create customized tools, calculators, and templates for your needs
  • Calculate your expected annual savings for each project

Lean Coach Strategies

Lean A company culture with specific tools and principles focused on increasing delivery speed, improving quality, reducing costs, and eliminating waste. See how our Lean Methodology works2 on our “Lean Wheel”.

Stability The focal point of every Lean organization is stability. Without stability, an organization implodes with the slightest variation. Without stability in our workforce, processes, equipment, quality, safety, supply chain, and customer demand, the organization falls into chaos and will eventually fail. Each of the eight core principles coordinates with one another and help create the needed stability.

People are our Greatest Assets The mindset of empowering and engaging with employees at all levels to solve problems, make decisions, identify problems and build mutual trust and respect.

Standardized Work Identify the most efficient way of completing a task, designed around human movement, and designed with a mechanism to ensure it is repeatable and reproducible. Without a standard, you will never be able to measure progress.

Six Sigma The use of statistical analysis identifies variation within the process and implements multiple tools to monitor and control the process. As we enter Industry 4.0, data analytics is becoming a necessity rather than a competitive advantage. Our goal is to develop you into becoming a data-driven leader.

Just-in-Time An inventory strategy organizations employ to increase their delivery speed and reduce inventory and space costs by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production process. When established, a Just-in-Time strategy may be the source of competitive advantage.

Scrum A lean method for project management that streamlines communication, collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement. Also known as Agile, Scrum will provide you and your team with the framework to increase productivity anywhere from 200 to 800 percent.

Autonomation Automation with a human touch. The principle is to transfer human intelligence into a machine. Autonomation prevents the production of defects, eliminates over-production, and allows anomalies to be investigated immediately at the point of error.

Theory of Constraints Introduce systems thinking focused on maximizing flow by improving the bottleneck and Throughput Accounting to ensure the organization’s metrics are aligned with their financial goals.

Go and See Derived from the Japanese word, Genchi Genbutsu, meaning “Go and observe, or go and see” at the place where value is created. This principle creates a shop-floor focus by encouraging leaders to close their computers or leave their desks and engage with the team at the problem’s source.

These principles mean nothing if you are unable to create a culture of Continuous Improvement in your organization, meaning that we are continually looking for ways to apply and improve on these eight principles by eliminating waste.