Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma is the Secretary of the Army’s business process improvement technique for transforming today’s institutional Army and is intended to reduce cycle time as well as to improve the output quality of administrative, manufacturing and repair processes. The Lean Six Sigma technique will ensure the Army’s ability to provide the people, training, resources, quality of life and infrastructure that is critical to the continued success of today’s relevant and ready Army.
Why Lean Six Sigma at IMCOM?
Lean Six Sigma practices and applications fully align with the Army’s priority of accelerating business transformation and process improvement.
IMCOM is deploying Lean Six Sigma to increase productivity and reduce costs. These efforts will maintain or improve the quality of service offered by IMCOM to effectively respond to Soldiers, families and Army civilians who live and work on Army installations.
For further information about LSS in Fort Belvoir, contact the Plans, Analysis, and Integration Office at 703-805-3468.
Have an idea for a LSS project, or a recommended process improvement? Email: LSS Project Suggestion
The Installation Management Command centrally funds a full spectrum of Lean Six Sigma training at all levels of the organization. For the most current training information and to view the training calendar, please visit the Business Improvement – Lean Six Sigma (BI-LSS) AKO website at: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/281441.
Helpful Lean Six Sigma Links:
IMCOM Business Improvement: Lean Six Sigma
Army Business Training Knowledge Center
Deputy Under Secretary of the Army for Business Transformation (DUSA-BT), AKO site
Keeping your Six Sigma Project Pipeline Full