& innovation


Whether you are a for-profit company or non-profit organization, we would like to meet with you. We will listen to your story. What are you looking for? A structured and efficient, day-to-day work culture? Increased quality through strong internal processes? Cost savings through effective, no-nonsense, straightforward work procedures? Or simply a solution to a qualitative problem? Together we evaluate your situation and explore the most suitable solution for your organization. lemmens. guides you in analyzing, improving and optimizing processes. Depending on your needs, projects can be large or small.

During each project type, we regularly hold interactive sessions with you and your project team. We use functional tools and dig deep for your detailed input. Not only does this strengthen your team’s spirit, with the help of the right tools we will find the answer to what you are looking for.

Lean Six Sigma

Lean and Six Sigma are two separate strategies that focus on improving quality. Quality in terms of products or services, but also with regard to internal processes. Achieving results efficiently and effectively is key.

Lean goes all out for maximum customer value and hits hard when it comes to waste. Smooth, fast process flows are the main target. Mistake-proofing and only focusing on what the customer asks are the basic principles. Lean is the best designer for an organized working atmosphere.

Six Sigma, on the other hand, offers a structured approach with a strong focus on analysis. Statistics are used to determine the cause of variation in order to be able to target defects. All decisions are made based on data. Demonstrating in black and white where the problem is, is the starting point.

Where Six Sigma creates structure and provides an enormous impetus for developing improvements, Lean focuses on a daily culture of continuous improvement. Already strong on their own, these strategies are unbeatable together.