Design for Six Sigma, Chapter 3 - Product Development Process and Design for Six Sigma

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 15, 2008 - Business & Economics - 52 pages
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Here is a chapter from an updated Design for Six Sigma, Second Edition, which has extensive new chapters and learning modules on innovation, lean product development, computer simulation, and critical parameter management--plus new thread-through case studies. This updated edition provides unrivalled real-world product development experience and priceless walk-throughs that help you choose the right design tools at every stage of product and service development. The book includes detailed directions, careful comparisons, and work-out calculations that make every step of the Design for Six Sigma process easier.
 

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Contents

31 Introduction
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32 More on the Product Development Process
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33 Lean Principles in Product Development
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34 Lean Product Development Approaches
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35 What Is Design for Six Sigma?
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36 Why Design for Six Sigma?
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37 Design for Six Sigma DFSS Phases
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38 More on Design Process and Design Vulnerabilities
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39 Differences between Six Sigma and DFSS
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310 What Kinds of Problems Can Be Solved by DFSS?
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311 Design for a Six Sigma DFSS Company
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Appendix Historical Development in Design
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