What Is Lean Six Sigma?

What Is Lean Six Sigma?

Lean Six Sigma is one of the most relevant sets of tools and techniques for improving operations and processes. Lean Six Sigma (or Lean 6 Sigma, LSS) is the combination of 2 similar methodologies – Lean and Six Sigma. Perhaps you must improve customer satisfaction....
Is PRINCE2 Worth It?

Is PRINCE2 Worth It?

PRINCE2 is a commonly sought after project management certification in the UK. There are 2 levels to certification: Foundation (beginner) and Practitioner (standard). But if you’re looking at project management training, you may be wondering – is PRINCE2 worth it?...
PRINCE2 Themes: What Do the 7 Themes Mean?

PRINCE2 Themes: What Do the 7 Themes Mean?

The 7 PRINCE2 themes are specific, functional aspects of the PRINCE2 project management methodology. Essentially, you must address each theme throughout the whole project. The 7 themes work alongside the 7 PRINCE2 Principles as well as the different processes and...
PRINCE2 Principles in Retail: Are They Relevant?

PRINCE2 Principles in Retail: Are They Relevant?

[Useful reading before starting this article]. I recently published an article on the PRINCE2 principles and what mean for project managers. After reading this article, you understand how to apply these 7 PRINCE2 principles in retail. So, click the link and read that...
What are PRINCE2 Principles?

What are PRINCE2 Principles?

If you’re a project manager, there is a fair chance that you’ve heard of PRINCE2. This is a methodology for managing projects which is based on 3 key concepts: principles, themes and processes. The PRINCE2 principles are elements which you must keep in mind as you’re...
Gemba Walk Checklist: Walk the Process Effectively

Gemba Walk Checklist: Walk the Process Effectively

Walking the process is an important stage to be able to effectively understand the status quo. Lean techniques call this a Gemba walk. But when you’re starting your Gemba walk, it’s easy to rush in at high speed, eager to going. This can result in missing important...

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