- Okay, that was a lot of content.…We've been through a bunch of tools,…but that was just for the define and measure phases.…The why has been defined and measured,…you now understand the scope and size of the problem,…and you may have some indication…of where to focus your project efforts next.…We covered the D and the M of DMAIC.…The rest is in the next course,…the sequel to this course.…In that course,…I will cover the analyze, improve, and control phases…of Lean Six Sigma domain.…
But first, let's take a break; you probably need it.…I know I need it.…Now go for a walk, grab a coffee,…and come back for the next course.…
- Explain how Lean Six Sigma can be characterized.
- Name examples of the Critical-to-Quality (CTQ) requirement.
- Recognize an alternate term for a swimlane process map.
- Explain the concept of repeatability.
- Recall what happens as variation increases.
- Relate how to compare variation in process performance.
- Identify what Cp is.
Skill Level Intermediate
Lean Six Sigma: Analyze, Improve, and Control Toolswith Richard Chua1h 21m Intermediate
1. Lean Six Sigma Overview
2. Define Phase
3. Measure Phase
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