Government agencies are often understaffed and overloaded with work. There is often an abundance of paperwork overflowing on the desk of employees, and not enough time to get through all of it. Sending staff members to lean Six Sigma training can show people how they can improve their processes by possibly automating a lot of the time consuming paperwork. Employees will also find new ways of utilizing their time to get the most work done in an 8 hour day. Government agencies often are required to work with a tight budget in every department. Lean Six Sigma training can show staff members and management effective ways to save the most money by making the best use of resources, space, and time.
All Government bodies whether they be Federal, State, or Local agencies are able to implement the Six Sigma management procedure in order to improve customer service and increase the government’s effect on the general public. Traditionally, this process was used in the manufacturing sector but works perfectly within the government and similar organizations. Using 6 Sigma, the government is able to experience the same benefits as the manufacturing industry has. The main goal is to reduce the amount of defects and variables within processes. In this way, the government can use Six Sigma to successfully improve several aspects as it does in other industries.
Government leaders are looking to industry-proven best practices to improve public systems like education, transportation, social services, waste management, environmental protection, and much more. As a result, governments are beginning to see that implementing lean Six Sigma can produce the results that taxpayers are demanding.
Some of the Clients from Government Agencies :
- Steel Authority of India
- Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited
- BEML(Bharat Earth Movers)
- Ministry of Defence
- Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited(BPCL)