Lean lends a helping hand in developing countries1 min read
Lean is especially appropriate for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries because it requires little financial investment to promote economic development that builds up and empowers workers, and is easy for everyone to grasp and apply.
Andrew Parris, a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at Medair, shares details about the International Trade Centre’s Quality Champions program, which helps teach and promote Lean with developing countries.
He explains benefits for applying Lean to SMEs, what is covered in the training, and testimonials and case studies from the program.
If you would like to provide pro bono coaching to International Trade Center Quality Champions to help them better apply Lean in small and medium enterprises, please sign up at https://www.lean360.org/
You can access a complimentary copy of the article here: https://www.leansixsigmaforgood.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Lean-lends-a-helping-hand-in-developing-countries-Andrew-Parris-ISE-Magazine-November-2022.pdf