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The central concept, regardless of which deployment method is chosen, is to tie project results into bottom line and environmental bene ts. The same concept is applied when prioritizing organizational needs or selecting among potential projects. These bene ts should be expressed in terms of key process output variables such as
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Several key concepts to keep in mind during the deployment planning phase include
Communicating the bene ts of Six Sigma as a business strategy across the organization. Aligning with management in the deployment of solid waste minimization. Building a successful infrastructure for solid waste minimization deployment. Integration of solid waste minimization with other lean manufacturing, theory of constraints (TOC), and other improvement methods. Selection and orchestration of successful solid waste minimization projects and project teams. Utilization of the right metric to drive the right activity. Planning and execution of projects. Selection of the right statistical tools.
Finally, the recommended overall approach to the deployment of solid waste analysis and minimization is based on proven Six Sigma methodologies. The Six Sigma process involves the DMAIC methodology described in Chap. 6. 8 discusses about the solid waste audit process.
4.2 Choosing a Waste Minimization Provider or Partner
When an organization chooses to implement solid waste minimization, an outside organization can be very useful and cost-effective to help with the implementation. This may appear to be an expensive proposition when compared to an in-house implementation. However, the organization has to consider the real cost and time required for effective program development, trainer development, and so forth. In addition, it is important for organizations to consider the value of time lost when instructional material is not satisfactory, not effective, and/or is inef ciently presented. A good solid waste minimization provider can help with determining the deployment strategy, conducting initial training, and providing project coaching. The decision of which group is chosen can dramatically affect the success of the program. However, choosing the best group to help an organization implement solid waste minimization can be a challenge. Often the sales pitch given by a consultant sounds good; however, the strategy and/or training do not match the needs of the organization. The following is a suggested list of questions to present to the solid waste minimization providers being considered:
What is your basic solid waste minimization strategy and ow What do you suggest doing next if we would like to compare the solid waste mini-
mization program offered by your organization with that offered by other organizations
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What reference material do you utilize that follows the information used in your pro
gram (so that people can get further information or review on concept at a later date) During solid waste minimization training do you use multimedia presentations such as PowerPoint What is the basic format of your waste minimization course for executive training How do you address business and service processes What topics do you cover in your workshops How do you address the application of the techniques to real-world situations What software do you use What have others said about your training/consulting in the application of solid waste minimization Can they be contacted What is the experience level of you staff What companies have you helped successfully implement solid waste minimization
Once the list of providers is narrowed down, consider requesting that they describe their basic implementation strategy to prioritize projects within organizations. It is also recommended to visit each prospect to see rsthand a 1-day training session. Send a decision maker to view this session. Some providers or consultants might initially look good, and then appear less desirable after their training approach and material are reviewed rst-hand.
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