The Six Sigma Project Planner: A Step-by-Step Guide to Leading a Six Sigma Project Through DMAIC

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 22, 2003 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Project management strategies for meeting Six Sigma project goals--on time and on budget

The Six Sigma Project Planner shows leaders how to use project management tools to complete Six Sigma improvements on time and on budget.

The Planner provides dozens of reproducible project management tools for following the proven Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve- Control (DMAIC) process improvement format.

Readers who follow its guidelines will be able to quickly and effectively:

  • Determine a Six Sigma project's ROI
  • Correct problems in current processes
  • Develop and implement entirely new processes
 

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Contents

1 Planning
1
2 Define
95
3 Measure
113
4 Analyze
119
5 Improve
139
6 Control
157
7 A Tutorial on Project Selection and Management
165
Appendices
199
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Thomas Pyzdek is among the world's leading experts in Six Sigma and TQM. The recipient of ASQ's prestigious Edwards Medal for outstanding contributions to quality management, he is the author of The Six Sigma Handbook.

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