Effectively Manage your Lean Six Sigma Program
KPI Fire will do 5 things to make your job as a Lean Six Sigma leader easier and more effective.
Easily gather and prioritize improvement ideas even across a global organizationClose more meaningful projects Report out project status and savings in real-timeStandardize your problem solving methodologyShare best practices to become a learning organization
With KPI Fire you will spend more time doing value added work. Management buy-in will increase as you provide clear line-of-site to strategic initiatives and show results in KPI Fire’s real-time metric dashboards.
Here’s how it works.
1. Set a Goal
The key to getting management support is to work on projects that will impact the initiatives and KPIs the executive team is focused on. Use KPI Fire to visually link your continuous improvement projects to strategic objectives.
KPI Fire is a simple Hoshin Kanri or Strategy Deployment tool that takes the place of an X Matrix giving your team clear line of sight to strategic goals.
2. Capture Waste and Variation
Going on a Gemba Walk? Great! Capture those ideas to eliminate waste and variation using KPI Fire’s ultra simple, 1 line idea entry form.
3. Prioritize Ideas
This step is important. Schedule a regular meeting with your team to review and prioritize ideas. KPI Fire’s Idea Funnel helps you organize and select the best ideas to turn into projects. KPI Fire also keeps team members in the loop with an alert or email if they miss the meeting.
4. Take Action
Finally, take action. Turn those great suggestions into DMAIC projects, KAIZEN events, or QUICK WINS. KPI Fire has built in workflows for common problem solving methods. Or you can create your own. Upload tools and templates so everyone in your company has a standard problem solving process.
KPI Fire is the most effective and intuitive Lean Six Sigma program management software on the market. We are trusted by companies like Yahoo! and Consumer Reports to manage strategy and continuous improvement.
“KPI Fire has helped our team to collaborate on CI projects while keeping management up to date. It is a key component of our Lean management system.” – US Publishing Company