Value Stream Mapping

Optimize Your Processes

Proven Six Sigma techniques can remove waste and transform your organization.

Understanding the Flow

We use value stream mapping to improve processes related to delivering a product or service. Value stream mapping involves depicting the interaction between multiple functions within a process. This helps your organization understand the flow of materials and flow of information.

This week has been outstanding! Kim and Christi are an excellent cultural fit for our company, and they did an incredible job of facilitating our [Value Stream Mapping] Workshop. Honestly, I’ve participated in activities like this many times over the course of my career, and this was the best one ever!

Dan Callari

Director, Information Technology, Bob Barker

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Finding Opportunities for Improvement

Value stream mapping helps you identify inherent waste and eliminate non-value-added processes. Panorama uses Six Sigma process techniques and DMAIC analysis to identify business process improvement opportunities. We involve stakeholders when mapping current state and future state processes. Working with these stakeholders, we implement cultural changes that address limiting factors.

Achieving Alignment

Without business design and alignment across functional silos, even the best processes will not lead to new and innovate ways of working. Alignment positions organizations for sustainable growth and enhances competitive advantage. It also ensures successful ERP system go-live and fast benefits realization.

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