Lean Company’s objective is to integrate all the best methodologies, tools, and practices into a simple and practical model to accelerate the development of companies and institutions, making them more efficient and productive and therefore with insurmountable business results.
 
We live a critical moment in the development of companies, because we generally administer them as in the past, when the needs of today are totally different.
 
The companies today that remain slow to deliver their products or services, with inconsistent quality, constant complaints and rejections, high prices, and costs and poor communication are doomed to disappear.
 
Lean Company’s Relevance in Today’s Market
 
In the past, the concepts of Lean Manufacturing have been implemented, but with limited results, given that they were only applied in operations, but now we know that all the processes of the companies must be agile, flexible, and with excellent quality.
 

Lean Company is the simplest way to design and manage the following key processes of any type of company, through the Lean Six Sigma philosophy and tools:

 

  • Management and administration of a company.
  • Staff development and the structure of the company.
  • Development of new products.
  • Sales and marketing.
  • Logistics.
  • Finance
  • Manufacturing
  • Service.
  • Quality
  • Maintenance
  • Information technology.
Lean Company will be the way to design and manage companies in a model that will be taught at universities, integrating professionals from different careers in collaborative learning, who are able to know all the processes and manage to concentrate them all in a single system for different types of companies, eliminating the departmental barriers that currently cause so much damage.
 
About Luis Socconini.
 
Luis Socconini is an industrial and systems engineer with a specialty in manufacturing and has a master’s degree in quality and productivity from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education.
 
He is also a Master Black Belt and founder of the Lean Six Sigma Institute, with more than 17 years of experience in the implementation of the Lean Six Sigma philosophy aimed at improving productivity, efficiency and quality in companies and government agencies such as Bimbo, IBM, HP, Siemens, Parmalat, Tequila Sauza, Hershey’s, Sanmina – SCI and Zapopan City Government, among many others. He has written the Best Sellers: “The 5’s in Action”, considered the best selling book in 2005, “Lean Manufacturing Step by Step” and “Lean Company: Beyond Manufacturing”, all edited by Editorial Norma.