Lean Six Sigma, Chapter 11 - Implementation: The DMAIC Tools
The following is a sample chapter from Lean Six Sigma, which explains how to impact your company's performance in each, by combining the strength of today's two most important initiatives--Lean Production and Six Sigma--into one integrated program. The first book to provide a step-by-step roadmap for profiting from the best elements of Lean and Six Sigma, this breakthrough volume will show you how to achieve major cost and lead time reductions this year; compress order-to-delivery cycle times; and battle process variation and waste throughout your organization.
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action ANOVA batch sizes black belt brainstorming breakdowns calculate capacity cause-and-effect matrix Chapter check-in checksheet chips common cause variation congestion control charts cost Creating a Control defects Design of Experiments designed experiment DMAIC example external setup factors Failure Modes Figure FMEA focus gage R&R gas mileage ideas identify impact Implementation Incorrect input variables inventory kaizen event key inputs key process Law of Lean Lean Six Sigma Main effects plot manufacturing meets customer specifications ment Minitab mistake proofing natural process variation octane operator Pareto chart potential causes prioritize problem process capability process input process map process steps process variation project definition form Rapid Setup Method relationship run chart scatter plot shut height simple SIPOC diagram Six Sigma tools special cause variation statistical supplier supply chain accelerator team members tire pressure total lead Total Productive Maintenance traps Triaging value stream map value-added