Servant Leader

We believe in challenging the parameters, by training Servant Leaders to be Scrum Masters, DBA, Lean Practitioner & helping organization stay on the mission. We just happen to be in the corner of technology and business. Want to join us and change your career path?
We lead teams, coach organizations and Individuals on improving  their servant leadership skills as a agile Scrum Master, discuss agile vs waterfall, build trust and understanding.
For Organizations     
We will coach, Train and transform teams and department using Agile and Lean Methodology.
For Individuals
We prepare you to become an Agile scrum master.
Resume writing assistance (agile project manager resume) business and management consultant

What we do for individuals and Organization has a direct impact on how we feel about ourselves and as a Servant Leader.

"We believe in the values and principles that define our action through the service we provide to others by working together and uncovering better ways to improve and meet our clients needs as business and management consultants.

Our goal is not to do business with everybody who needs what we have, but to do business with people who believe in what we believe.”

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What is Lean Sigma?

Lean Six Sigma is a combination of two powerful process improvement methods: Lean and Six Sigma.

Lean Six Sigma decreases your organization’s costs by:

  • Removing “Waste” from a process. Waste is any activity within a process that isn’t required to manufacture a product or provide a service that is up to specification.
  • Solving problems caused by a process. Problems are defects in a product or service that cost your organization money
  • Lean is popular for its methodical approach to streamlining both manufacturing and service processes by eliminating waste while continuing to deliver value to customers.
  • Six Sigma is simply a method of efficiently solving a problem. Using Six Sigma reduces the amount of defective products manufactured or services provided, resulting in increased revenue and greater customer satisfaction

Benefits of using Lean Six Sigma

Organizations face rising costs and increasing competition every day. Lean Six Sigma allows you to combat these problems and grow your business the following ways:

  • Increases Profit
  • Decreases Costs
  • Improves Efficiency & Effectiveness
  • Helps Develop People/Employees

Who benefits from using Lean Six Sigma?

Lean Six Sigma works for small, medium (SMBs) and large businesses. In fact, often times, the same success that is achieved within large businesses can be achieved in small and medium businesses since smaller organizations can move faster because less people, fewer resources and lower levels of red-tape are involved.

The benefits are boundless, as Lean Six Sigma increases revenue and reduces costs, while freeing up resources that can be utilized toward any endeavor your organization wishes to pursue.

For example:

  • A new product or service
  • Other improvement projects
  • Expanding your sales force

Lean Six Sigma not only increases revenue and reduces costs, it positively affects people by engaging them in improving the way they work. Since employees are the closest to the actual work (production of a product or delivery of a service) of any organization, they become the best resources to understand how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes.

By participating in successful Lean Six Sigma projects, employees are able to build the confidence and develop the capability to become your business’ most important assets. Studies show that when employees feel that they have a positive affect on the organization, they perform better, are more accountable and live happier lives. And once your employees get comfortable with Lean Six Sigma skills, they can continue to find and remove problems and waste in your organization.

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