Six Sigma Simplified: Quantum Improvement Made Easy

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KnowWare International, 2001 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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This Quantum Improvement Coloring Book is designed to make learning the principles and processes of Six Sigma more simple an easy. Why a Coloring Book you might ask? Because the fill-in-the-blanks simplicity of this book makes it easy for anyone to learn the fundamental tools of Six Sigma and the step-by-step way to employ them for maximum benefit. In addition, the book covers key tools and processes of how to: Focus the improvements Improve key processes Sustain the improvements Honor your progress
 

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Contents

Six Sigma Simplified
4
Turn Your Cash Cow Into A Golden Goose
5
Manufacturing vs Service
8
Small Business Six Sigma
10
What is Six Sigma?
14
What is DMAIC?
17
What is DFSS?
18
Making Six Sigma Payoff
19
Step 4 Sustain The Improvement
66
A Six Sigma Case Study
68
The Cost Of Poor Quality
71
Sustain The Improvement Control
72
Refine The Process
74
Sampling
76
Understanding Capability
77
Understanding Standard Deviation and Control Charts
80

The Power Laws of Speed
21
The Power Laws of Quality
22
Ensuring Successful Implementation
28
Six Sigma Simplified
32
Laser Focus
35
Laser Focus Define and Measure
36
Voice of The Customer
37
Identify The Critical To Quality Indicators
40
Create a Balanced Scorecard
44
Double Your Speed to reduce delay
46
Double Your Speed
47
Define The Process Flow
48
Using ValueAdded Analysis
52
Double Your Quality
54
Step 1 Define The Problem
56
Step 2 Analyze The Problem
60
Step 3 Prevent The Problem
62
Understanding Standard Deviation and Control Charts
81
Interpreting The Indicators
85
Choosing a Chart
87
np and p charts
89
c and u charts
90
X Charts
91
Deploy Measurement Dashboard
94
Honor Your Progress
95
Design For Six Sigma
96
Quality Function Deployment
98
Design of Experiments
101
Six Sigma Implementation Plan
104
Other Processes and Tools
112
Cost of Quality Analysis
116
FMEA
117
SIPOC
121
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Jay Arthur has worked as both a quality and process manager within a Fortune 50 company and on his own as a Lean Six Sigma resultant. He has written books on Six Sigma, Lean, and software engineering.

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