All organizations are challenged with: labor shortages; cost increases; low productivity or inadequate performance; employee stress; cumbersome or complex work processes; and the lack of innovation. Traditional solutions like injecting new money, adding resources, reorganizations, etc., are not producing the expected results, and these problems remain.
Lean Optimization is different from the traditional improvement approaches because Lean Optimization is a compilation of the bodies of knowledge from: Lean, Six Sigma, the Toyota Production System (TPS), and Kaizen. This integration of Advanced Lean Concepts into a structured and rigorous optimization approach has enabled Fujitsu to successfully complete over 3000 projects with world-class results over a fifteen year history. Fujitsu Lean Optimization Services are applicable in any organization like those in: healthcare, government, IT Services, manufacturing, high technology, etc.
The execution of a Lean Optimization project is based on measurable data to guide practitioner decisions on performance optimization or improvement, and involves all the stakeholders in a given process, at all hierarchical levels, in identifying solutions that are truly adapted to their needs.
The Lean Optimization practice offers ten structured and rigorous project execution methodologies that are based on Harvard Professor John Kotter’s twenty-five critical success factors. This enables our practice to identify the very best and most suitable project methodology that will meet our customer’s needs.
Doing business with the Fujitsu Lean Optimization practice means enlisting a reliable and experienced partner that:
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