Associated with AZ Valley of the Sun Chapter
(Virtual) Lean Six Sigma and Developing Process
Tues July 21st
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Networking: 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm Virtual Networking
6:30 to 7:20pm- "Using Lean Six Sigma Toolkit for Strategic Business Deliverables" by Bhaskar (Bas) Chicknaikanahalli, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt; Industrial Engineering/Project Manager and Process Excellence Team at Intel
1 hour CPE- Field of Study : Finance (technical): Financial Planning, Analysis
“Use LSS toolkit for Strategic Business Deliverables”
Lean Six Sigma has its origins in the electronics company Motorola. It was coined in 1986 as a methodology to reduce defects. It is a powerful tool. Over the last few decades, companies all over the world have saved countless millions by incorporating Lean and Six Sigma strategies into their processes. It has a long record of being applied successfully across many industries: information technology, telecommunications, sales, healthcare, finance, and even the military have used Lean Six Sigma to transform processes with business process management ideas – often proving the key to staying ahead in today’s demanding work environment. It is the combination of two different concepts, combined to form a powerful tool to improve business processes: Lean and Six Sigma.
Are you working on making your processes better? How do you know what makes a good DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) Project? What are the different tools in the lean six sigma toolkit? What are the areas of application where different tools can be applied? What are the success metrics? We will discuss this and more while we understand how Lean Six Sigma is applied in various scenarios across industries. We will also look at a few successful Lean Six Sigma projects across Intel.
“After attending this presentation, you will be able to…”
- Learn the definition, core concepts, and application of Lean Six Sigma
- Using structured problem-solving methodology, One of the Intel’s R&D unit org was able to meet its goal in reducing cost of HVM.
- Understand Lean Six Sigma Business Model and scaling at Intel
- Optional: if time permits- align a project to business deliverables
Speaker Bio/LinkedIn: Bhaskar Chicknaikanahalli is a Six Sigma Black Belt and an internal consultant for business process acceleration at Intel. He is often consulted as an internal technical resource to identify lean opportunities, guide implementation of various projects, and develop others in their understanding of lean concepts and tools. Prior to Intel, he has worked across different industries with extensive experience in operations, P&L, implementing innovative solutions involving automotive, aerospace, consumer products, electronics recycling and heavy equipment industry.
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