‘The Lean Six Sigma Company’ launched in Sri Lanka | Daily News

‘The Lean Six Sigma Company’ launched in Sri Lanka

Group CEO Mischa van Aalten, DA’VISION Business Solution Pvt Ltd Managing Director Dayan Hengedara and Operations Director Pradeesh Wanniarachchi
Group CEO Mischa van Aalten, DA’VISION Business Solution Pvt Ltd Managing Director Dayan Hengedara and Operations Director Pradeesh Wanniarachchi

With the motive of supporting organizations and individuals in their ambition to continuously improve processes, The Lean Six Sigma Company, one of the world’s leading providers of Lean Six Sigma training recently commenced its operations in Sri Lanka in partnership with DA’VISION Business Solution Pvt Ltd, making it the first country to establish their presence in the Asian region.

Professionals in Sri Lanka can now obtain Yellow Belt, Green Belt and Black Belt certifications including Lean Practitioner and Lean Leader through The Lean Six Sigma Company, giving them quality practical knowledge and application to successfully execute process improvement projects within their organizations and add immense value towards advancing their career.

Mischa van Aalten, Group CEO- The Lean Six Sigma Company, said ‘We are very delighted to enter Asia by establishing our operations in Sri Lanka. With many businesses today looking for ways to increase profitability by minimizing costs and lead time with improved customer satisfaction in highly competitive markets, we believe we can be a great partner in working together to achieve this.’

Based on lean techniques to eliminate or reduce waste in business processes and Six Sigma concept to minimize process variance to reduce defect rate through DMAIC approach, the methodology is relatively new in Sri Lanka however in the recent decade it has increasingly become popular among manufacturing and service sectors.

There is a huge demand in the future for Lean Six Sigma professionals with more companies willing to invest in this concept. To fill this market vacuum it is highly important to increase the number of certified professionals produced each year.

‘Quality is of paramount important to us and we offer our customers an assurance of value reflecting through recognition and accreditations,’ Van Aalten further said.

As per latest surveys, due to high demand in most parts of the world, Lean Six Sigma professionals earn very high salaries and on average a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt qualified professional is capable of earning over USD 120,000 per annum in developed countries.

DA’VISION Business Solution Pvt Ltd Managing Director Dayan Hengedara has more than 15 years of experience in the apparel sector specializing in lean management, and Operations Director Pradeesh Wanniarachchi bring in over 14 years of industry experience having held many senior management roles across apparel, chemicals and automobile sectors.

Established in 2002 The Lean Six Sigma Company offers complete suite of Lean and Lean Six Sigma through open enrolment courses.

 


 

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