You want Lean Six Sigma thinking to become a permanent part of your corporate culture. But, how do you know if your program is succeeding right now? You may have a good feel for your programs maturity level relative to external industry benchmarks and norms – using the Instantis Six Sigma Maturity Model perhaps – but, how do you assess progress versus internal performance indicators? You need a scorecard that answers these questions and can help you assess your deployment performance on a consistent scale, detect areas needing improvement, and formulate plans for immediate action.
Please join Lean Six Sigma Program Manager, Tevfik Durmusoglu as he describes the Lean Six Sigma scorecard model used at Borusan Group to assess performance. Borusan is a $4 billion company with 4,500 employees, operating in a diversified range of sectors such as steel manufacturing, logistics, distributorship and energy. Since the program launch in 2002, over 1,200 projects have been completed. As a result, Borusan is considered to be a benchmark in Europe in terms of deployment infrastructure and maturity.
Tevfik will describe the scorecard used in Borusan Group since 2006, focusing specifically on:
- Method and structure of assessment
- Components of deployment success and how they are measured
- Calculating the Program Maturity Level (PML) score of a company
- Interpreting the results of diagnostics and taking actions accordingly