What does it do?
s basic Six Sigma tool chart shows tools you can use within the DMAIC methodology of define, measure, analyze, improve, and control.
The project viability matrix shows you a simple scoring grid for use in determining go or no go for a specific project.
The SWOT analysis shows the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of a specific situation.
Six Sigma in a nutshell is a one page summary of the Six Sigma methodology.
The mind mapping sample shows the simple technique of mind mapping which is used to brainstorm ideas by combining groups of similar issues.
The landscape company’s SIPOC is used to demonstrate the SIPOC tool which stands for suppliers, inputs, process, outputs, and customers.
The sample project management case study shows a project management activity for a reggae concert from start to finish. Project management principles help organize a number of process improvement activities.
The sample Fishbone diagram for a landscape company shows improvement activity using the Fishbone diagram also called the Ishikawa diagram. This tool helps determine the X and Y correlation of process factors.
Dr. W. Edwards Deming (1900–1993) is best known for reminding management that most problems are systemic and that it is management's responsibility to improve the systems so that workers can do their jobs more effectively. Deming argued that higher quality leads to higher productivity, which, in turn, leads to long-term competitive strength. Deming wanted to transform management and began teaching his 14 points.
Sample documents from a lean six sigma project developing data based on survey responses for improvement activities.
The Chinese restaurant owner survey and sample restaurant data report shows sample data from a restaurant owner survey analysis and the corresponding data from an improvement activity.
The Design for Six Sigma chart for process flow shows the steps used in DFSS using Six Sigma for design.
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