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DMAIC Analysis

DMAIC Analysis

Measure

M

Define

D

Analyze

A

Improve

I

Control

C

  • ·A problem

  • ·The Customers

  • ·Voice of the custome

  • ·Critical to Quality

  • ·Project targets or goal

  • ·Project boundaries or scope

  • ·A project charter is often created and agreed upon during the Define step.

  • A problem


The Customers


Voice of the custome


Critical to Quality


Project targets or goal

Project boundaries or scope


A project charter is often created and agreed upon during the Define step.

  • List and prioritize potential causes of the problem


Prioritize the root causes to pursue in the Improve step


Identify how the process inputs (Xs) affect the process outputs (Ys).

  • Monitor the improvements to ensure continued and sustainable success.


Create a control plan.


Update documents, business process and training records as required.

  • Monitor the improvements to ensure continued and sustainable success.


Create a control plan.


Update documents, business process and training records as required.

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publish time: 2021-06-04
Charlotte

Define, measure, analyze, improve, and control (DMAIC) is a data-driven quality strategy used to improve a company or community’s processes. The letters in the acronym, as suggested in the diagram, represent the five phases that make up the process, including the tools to use to complete those phases. It should be noted here that DMAIC Analysis is to determine which process parameters, or inputs, have the most effect on the critical process results (outputs). Within the analysis phase, there are two key steps: possible causes of variation and determination of main causes. The first step is concentrated on finding the causes behind the variating values of the Y. These can be variations as well as defects. Subsequently, the main causes within these are determined. Use EdrawMax to create a DMAIC Analysis diagram.

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