5 edition of Best Practices in Lean Six Sigma Process Improvement found in the catalog.
|Statement||Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John|
|Publishers||Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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Ishikawa and 5 Whys Also known as Cause and Effect Diagram or Fishbone is one of the most popular Lean tools in LSS projects. The p-value is the likelihood that the observed test result occurred by random chance rather than due to a special cause. Process Improvement: Stretching Company Capabilities.
In the end, you should be able to demonstrate process improvements that are evidenced by data — related to process stability, capability, and value delivered to customers.
Specific, easy to measure — define HOW actually we can meet the customer needs 4. Capability analyses Cp and Cpk — Graphical Capability Analyses using histograms, also known as Frequency plots. while external activities can be done while the process is still running equipment, paperwork, spare parts delivery, training. Additionally, some innovators take the next step and consider where these two processes lie within the. Pass Control phase gate review. We have Active customer feedback is not solicited, e.
The principles are solid and can be applied universally. Transportation Conveyance — the movement of materials or information from one place to another. LSS is a problem-solving methodology that uses extensive data to confirm the best possible solution for the main root-cause. Affinity diagrams are the tool used mostly in LSS projects to group the unsorted information into meaningful outputs.
Illustration or process improvements — improved Process Flowchart and future state Value Stream Map VSM• After full-scale implementation, the project was performing at 100 percent. The biggest discussion is around how people certify and demonstrate their skills — solely by examination or assessment plus project. Poka-Yoke — a system that helps eliminate the creation of defects by the process.
Seiketsu — Standardizing — Standardizing• Used when each item can have multiple defects• Then assess the stability of the process prior to evaluating the capability.
Human attention is necessary only when a defect is detected and thus the human involvement will be required only in case of a defect.
Benchmarking helps communicate what is possible to internal team members who may lack external focus.
The primary objective of every Control Plan is to maintain and control the implemented improvements.
Short changeover time will decrease inventory levels and increase process velocity.