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The Lean Six Sigma approach to business process improvement uses the 6 Sigma DMAIC approach to project management. Lean seeks to reduce or eliminate waste while 6 Sigma tries to improve (more…)
In this video, statistical analysis is used to explain the concepts inherent to six sigma design. Having an understanding of the inherent varaition of a process, specification limits may be derived about a product feature.
Learn how to reduce failures using Failure Modes and Effects Analysis otherwise called FMEA. FMEA’s are typcially used in the Analyze phase of Six Sigma.
Learn what it was like to work at the Georgetown Kentucky Toyota Assembly plant as Chris Schrandt, a former Toyota Quality Manager, answers multiple questions related to lean manufacturing and the Toyota Production System (TPS).
The Cause and Effect Diagram is used during the Analyze phase of the DMAIC process to organize the Process Input Factors as a means to identify potential root cause factors that affect the Process Output variable “y”.
Use an effective Cause and Effect problem solving process during the DMAIC ANALYZE phase. Ask the right questions then organize & document your thoughts in a Cause and Effect Diagram (Fishbone Diagram).
The data used describes natural gas consumption to heat a home on a daily basis over 30 consecutive days. This type of SPC chart is used during the Control phase of the DMAIC protocol.
The Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma strategies are widely used by corporations throughout the world to improve business performance. Both strategies use the DMAIC approach (more…)
Pareto Charts are widely used in the Define and Analyze stages of the DMAIC project management protocol of a 6 Sigma or Lean Six Sigma project. (more…)