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1 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Presentation Instructions When using this presentation template, here are a few things to consider: l These are examples, and you should input your specific project information where applicable. With PowerPoint, you can copy these slides into your PPT format and they will take on the overall design and color scheme that you would use for any other presentation. l These pages are set up to show all the phases, but depending on the timing of your presentation, you will use only those pages that apply based on where you are in the DMAIC cycle l You may wish to add other pages, such as more graphs or maps; however, keep the overall number of pages to a minimum, and don’t forget, you can always add more detail in the appendix to use as back-up, if you need them. l There are a couple of different ways to show next steps depending on your preferences and data; use at least one method at each presentation. l You should have a project plan that you can update and present at each formal presentation. l The best presentations have these components; Ý Introduce the team, giving credit to everyone involved Ý Current status Ý Key findings/concerns (bullet points and/or graphs) Ý Next steps
Project Title Team Leadname Team MembersMember names Process Ownername Championname Insert your company logo here
3 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Project Charter Insert problem statement here Problem Statement Out of Scope Goal In Scope Identify boundaries; what is to be considered Identify boundaries; what is not to be considered Insert goal statement here
4 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PSIOC Name of Process SuppliersInputsOutputsCustomer Insert suppliers here Insert inputs here Insert outputs here Insert customers (segments or names) here High Level Process StartEnd
5 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Define Voice of the Customer Insert graph or other info about customer data collection Insert detailed Measurable Requirements
6 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Schedule Milestones Closure/Handoff to Process Owner: 01-01-02 Control: 11/26/01 - 12/26/01 Improve: 10/18/01 - 11/26/01 Analyze:10/01/01 – 10/17/01 Measure:08/02/01 – 10/05/01 Define: 06/20/01 – 8/01/01 Project Start Date: 06/19/01 Example: Very high level milestone chart with main phases of DMAIC
7 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Measure - Data Collection Suggestions: insert info on your data collection plan, sampling strategy, compilation form, key operational definitions, etc. Another good use of slides in your Measurement section is to demonstrate your baselines. You can use Proportion Defective calculations, Yield, Dpu, COPQ, etc. (see notes below)
8 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Measure – Key Performance Indicators This should be a MUST have slide to record your KPI. What would be the most critical metrics in terms of outcomes and predictors. KPI – Outcomes Outputs KPI – Inputs & Process Metrics
9 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Measure - COPQ Baseline the financial opportunity for your project Show with bullets or graphs $
10 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Insert graphs here to demonstrate performance and key findings Analyze - Data Analysis
11 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Analyze - Process Analysis
12 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Analyze - Root Cause
13 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Improve - Pilot Findings
14 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Improve - Implementation Plan
15 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Improve - Cost Benefit Analysis Insert info related to the cost benefit analysis; work with your financial advisor to complete this activity
16 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Control This is a great place to include your Control Plan - insert charts for monitoring key indices for the process (dashboards)
17 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Control - Process Management
18 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Key Findings l Main point Ý sub bullet for details l Main point Ý sub bullet for details Key FindingsKey Concerns
19 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Next Steps List out bullet points Include transition from one phase to another You could use a copy of your project management plan if you would like
20 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Q & A
Project Title Team Leadname Team MembersMember names Process Ownername Championname Insert your company logo here.
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1 © 2009 APQC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PSIOC Name of Process Goes Here SuppliersInputsOutputsCustomer Insert suppliers here Insert inputs here Insert outputs.
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