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An overview of DMAIC

An overview of DMAIC: Six Sigma Fundamentals
An overview of DMAIC: Six Sigma Fundamentals

Learn the five phases of a Six Sigma project – Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control – or DMAIC. In the define phase, the team is selected, the project is launched, and what is important to customers is defined. The measure phase focuses on assessing the size and scope of the problem by gathering data. The data is then analyzed and solutions are developed to improve the problem. The last phase of a Six Sigma project focuses on making improvement sustainable.

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