In creating the next generation practical approach to Enterprise Performance Improvement, Mountain Home believed our training had to go much further than what is considered the “industry standard”. For a performance improvement project to truly be effective it must be linked back to the overall performance of the enterprise creating a clear understanding of the context in which the problem, or problems, exists. The incorporation of Business Process Management (BPM) brings a much needed perspective to the performance improvement effort through the discovery of core enterprise processes which cross many functional and departmental boundaries and produce the products and services of the organization.
This ability to define the enterprise context allows the Lean Six Sigma team to focus on problems that affect the entire system, not just one small part of it. By bringing together the synergistic power of Business Process Management (BPM) with the statistical discipline and rigor of Six Sigma, an organization will be able to bring its entire problem solving knowledge to bear in a multi-dimensioned way, ensuring a greater probability of success!
We believe that to effectively change the way business gets done, a much broader perspective is required than what is currently being taught in most Lean Six Sigma training and certification programs. This holistic view of process performance improvement is reflected throughout our Lean Six Sigma Certification Program curriculum.