„With TRIZ, innovation is not just coincidental – it’s systematic“

Method Description

TRIZ is aimed at finding solutions for technical problems by way of innovative approaches. This development method paves the way for systematic innovation generation and new inventions. TRIZ is used in complex development problems. The method offers support when faced with conflicting objectives and technical inconsistencies. The method covers the entire problem solving process (cause investigation/ solution options/ decision/ implementation). All phases are accompanied by a review of effectiveness. Read more

Since January 2010, Rhein S.Q.M. can rely on own Six Sigma Black Belt competences, enabling the company to offer this service for enterprises of any size and type in response to increasing demands world-wide. Six Sigma is an incremental process using the DMAIC cycle (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) for improvement projects, which has proved significantly more effective than the traditional CIP (Continuous Improvement of Processes) model. Improvements realised by way of DMAIC are sustainable and can be measured in terms of quality (statistics) and increased gross profit (€). Here are some of the Six Sigma projects we can offer:

  • Waste reduction
  • Process capability optimisation
  • Increased output
  • Product improvements
  • Cost reduction for verification/measuring processes
  • Product lifecycle improvement

Until the end of February 2010, Rhein S.Q.M. is offering Six Sigma Black Belt project services at significantly lower costs than our competitors. A supervision of your company’s efforts during the Green Belt phases is available and highly recommended in order to achieve best results!

We are looking forward to any enquiries regarding Rhein S.Q.M. Six Sigma Black Belt projects.

Emerging from the crisis: investment in personnel and team development

Working closely with our client ad laborem, Rhein S.Q.M. trainers have successfully completed the mentor model.

Newspaper report in ‘Mannheimer Morgen’, Sept. 2, 2009

Experience gained over time and curiosity of the young combined – ad laborem starts mentoring programme

Data surveys in the metropolitan area have shown: The percentage of young people under 25 with educational deficiencies, i.e. lack of training is set to increase in future. At the same time, the percentage of older people beyond the age of 50 with severe physical disabilities will also increase. These are the target groups, from which the integrational enterprise ad laborem will be recruiting their personnel. “For us, it was therefore a logical step to bring together these two groups in order to have them benefit from each other”, explains ad laborem Managing Director Klaus Litwinschuh. “This is how the mentoring programme ‘Young and Old – Hand in Hand towards Success’ was born, which is currently in the implementation stage in our company”. Read more

Strategic partnerships for an even more comprehensive service for SMU partners of Rhein S.Q.M.

The full potential of investments in standard software packages is often not realised by the relevant members of staff and teams in many small to medium-sized companies. That is largely due to the fact that applications are undergoing constant updates and improvements, while staff is not sufficiently trained to be able to utilise the full extent of the software. Fact: Even standard software is costly, and must be able to yield ROI by way of effective and efficient application!

Due to increasing demands from our SME clients, Rhein S.Q.M. has expanded its network of consultants, and, as of July 2009, has recruited Marc-André Weber, a top expert for well-known MS Office table calculation and presentation programmes. Read more

The beauty of a mistake is … you’ll never have to repeat it.

As of now, Rhein S.Q.M offer comprehensive seminars on methodology training for complaints processing/ 8D reporting The modules can be adapted to specific needs.

You find a detailed description in our download area.