Those who are charged with the accountability for assets should not rely on physical protection alone.
Too often we observe that the security effort in organisations is largely focussed on physical security coupled with technology. This is not wrong.
However, the throughput of the core product is often neglected from a measurement, monitoring and loss variation point of view.
This is where the Lean Six Sigma methodologies step in. Six Sigma uses data and statistical tools to systematically improve processes and sustain process improvements. Ultimate, losses are mitigated when variation to performance specifications or targets are met. This is true asset protection at the core.
The Lean Six Sigma methodology is a project – focussed approach with five phases: Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control.
Known as the DMAIC model, the tools are used to optimise both business and industrial processes. The result is the reduction in loss and ultimately the protection of core assets.
We specialise in Lean Six Sigma.