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DMAIC Review Template Project leader: Champion: Project Number / Phase: Revision / Date:
2 © LSSA 2010 DMAIC Roadmap 10 steps model D D M M A A I I C C 1 – Project Selection 2 – Project Management 3 – Define CTQ & Baseline Performance 4 – Validate Measurement Procedures 5 – Diagnose the current process 6 – Identify potential influence factors 7 – Define & Implement improvements 8 – Optimize & Verify improvements 9 – Improve control system 10 – Close out project
3 © LSSA 2010 Problem description:. Objectives:. Picture or drawing to explain 1 – Project Selection
4 © LSSA 2010 Soft Benefits:. Targets:. In Scope: Out of scope:.. Deliverables: Hard Benefits:.. 1 – Project Selection
5 © LSSA 2010 Supplier: Champion: User: Black Belt: Project leader:..... Name: Role: Responsibility:... 2 – Project Management
6 © LSSA – Project Management SuppliersInputsProcessOutputsCustomers Eisen Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4Step 5 START PROCES EINDE SIPOC Process Mapping
7 © LSSA 2010 Prioriteit Meetfrequentie Meetmethode Specificatie CTQint CTQext CTx VOC xxxxxxxxxxXXXXx 3 – CTQ & Baseline Performance Aanpassen naar behoefte!!
8 © LSSA – Measurement Procedures Validate Measurement Procedures
9 © LSSA – Diagnose the Current Process Diagnose the Current Process
10 © LSSA – Potential influence factors Identify potential influence factors
11 © LSSA – Implement Improvements Define & Implement Improvements
12 © LSSA – Optimize & Verify Improvements Optimize & Verify Improvements
13 © LSSA – Improve Control System Improve Control System
14 © LSSA – Close out project Close out the Project
15 © LSSA – Close out project Close out the Project The realized benefits of this projects are : Controller: Date, Name & Signature Controller: Date, Name & Signature - Champion: Date, Name & Signature Champion: Date, Name & Signature - LSSA MBB: Date, Name & Signature LSSA MBB: Date, Name & Signature -
16 © LSSA 2010 Lessons Learned QuestionAnswer What aspect of the project would you change if doing over again? What have you learned about the methodology that you didn’t already know? What were the ‘ah-hah’ moments in the project What were the strongest points of this Black Belt engagement? What were the weakest points? Were there any areas of the DMAIC methodology that you wish you had a deeper understanding of for this project? What would you have done differently? Were you provided with all necessary tools to accomplish the project objectives? What other positive outcomes came out of this project?
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