Lean Six Sigma is a collection of potent techniques and tools that assists organization in attainment of efficacy and enhanced productivity. This is an efficient approach as it highlights and brings out underlying causes behind poor yield experienced by consumers and therefore then put forward organization towards improvement.
The deployment of Lean Six Sigma was initiated first by Motorola and GE in during 1980s. From then, the approach has been successfully implemented in various organizations from production to deliverance to give quality, cost and time effective developments. (James, 2015)
With the advancement on daily basis in field of business, companies continuously need to upgrade their quality and efficiency and…show more content… Supply chain management is a set of facilities and services that enables deliverance of raw material for production purposes to customers through various channels. The goal of an efficient supply chain management is to improve value and make cost least in accordance with demands customers make. Hence supply chain is the most critical art of any business. Also that supply chain of different companies are different so it is possible to get a desired supply chain by incorporating needs and demand of costumers and implementing them in procedures that makes logistic network efficient (Pejak, 2015).
Supply chain management can be viewed and analysed from production to deliverance and that the speed or velocity throughout all areas and components of this chain remain same otherwise effectiveness would be reduced. For this purpose Lean Six Sigma is required, it abolishes all the variances among supply chain procedures and also makes and apply procedures that eradicate refused orders that may arise due to product harm. So, Lean Six Sigma works on creating operating models that undertake production, packaging and deliverance as per needs of the customers on regular basis.
Lean Six Sigma gives a multi step improvement methods for locating and then working out on the causes that are present in supply chain issues in routine processes. It has