Mold In Graphics Systems® (MIGS) and sister company Polyfuze Graphics® Corporation are committed to continuous improvement. To prove this, MIGS team is focusing on a new milestone towards ISO 9000 certification.
ISO 9000 certification is a set of standards, internationally recognized, meant to promote quality management and assurance designed to help companies implement and keep track of internal and company wide systems and processes that are essential to achieve a highly efficient company or organization.
During the past two weeks, the entire management staff of MIGS has participated in transformation training with the company’s resident Six Sigma Master Black Belt and qualified LEAN guru, Patrick Phillips. This is a major step in the company’s pursuit of achieving ISO certification. As part of this goal, the entire MIGS team is committed to reaching Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, with some members already setting their sights on reaching Six Sigma Black Belt this year.
The benefits of becoming ISO certified include improvement to the quality of all internal processes, but also because ISO is a globally recognized standard, holding itself to such a standard will benefit all Mold in Graphic Systems and Polyfuze customers.
After adopting LEAN and Six Sigma principles in early 2018, Mold In Graphic Systems has achieved many goals, including shortening of lead-times, quality improvements and elimination of waste throughout the entire organization. With this new goal of ISO certification, the company is challenging itself again to better serve its many current and future customers.
To highlight some of our tips in constant improvement, you may have read another post of ours that talked about the “8 Secrets To Changing Your Company Culture”. Those tips were as follows:
- Change Your Path
- Go LEAN
- Boost Morale & Your Culture
- Create Your Manifestos
- Have Passionate Quality Control Leadership
- Stay On Track
- Talk To Your Customers
- and Create Great Customer Experiences.
When talking to your customers, keeping a pulse on customer communication is a must. We need to know if our efforts are working and if what we are doing is bringing the best value and experience possible to them.
Do you and the teams you work with have experience in progressing and improving your processes through LEAN or Six Sigma? We would love to hear about them and how you and your team are improving.
Contact us today and share your story or an inquiry about our products and services. We know that we can help you and your branded durable goods.