With reference to my previous blog on Lean Six Sigma [http://wp.me/p4umAl-6R], I am continuing with the below topic of LSS implementation organization.
During the Lean Six Sigma[LSS] initiative, the organization need to have a formal structure for its deployment. This formal structure includes the roles of; Green Belts, Black Belts, Master Black Belts and, also Champions or Sponsors.
Following chart denotes the LSS organization, roles and the resources size for different roles.
Champion or Sponsor
The Champion or Sponsor leads the Lean Six Sigma effort within the entire organization.
This role is responsible for setting up the overall quality strategy.
The Champion is often a senior-level staff member who can work easily with the Master Black Belts, Black Belts, and Green Belts in setting the overall direction for project execution.
Now, there might be a question for you on “What will be the LSS implementation ?” In this blog I am covering on “A typical LSS implementation strategy for a desired LSS practices organization”. Most of the well planned and successful LSS practices organizations use the following paths:
Developing LSS strategy
Create LSS awareness
Organizational culture role out to LSS
Institutionalize the LSS
The following figure depicts the details of the above paths.