- Flow Charts
- Run Charts
- Pareto Diagrams
- Cause and Effect Diagrams
- Scatter Diagrams
- Control Charts
To maintain a sensitive balance between the needs to improve the lifestyles of human beings and also improving their feeling of well beings, along with conserving the natural resources and ecosystems, on which all the human beings and their future generations depend.
Examples of KPI’s for specific measurement areas include:
The significant points that needs to be measured are
Examples of KPI’s (Price comparisons to competition, number of on-time deliveries, response times, customer complaints, number of product returns, customer survey results, service awards, etc.)
Examples of KPI’s are ( Cycle times, inventory turnovers, defect rates, plant utilization, targets met, unit cost compared to competition, overhead trends, etc.)
Examples are Number of new products, number of patents, new technologies adopted, system improvements implemented, etc.
Examples of KPI’s ( Return on Equity, growth rate compared to industry growth rate, EVA, levels …
DMIAC was introduced by Motorola for six sigma projects in 1980.Since then it is the important character of six sigma projects.
It refers to a data driven life cycle approach to six sigma projects for improving process.
The process steps are:
First to define the project purpose,scope, and its objectives.For example who your customers are, and what their requirements are for your products and services, what their expectations. Define your project boundaries,what you strive to achieve,and what you won’t and specify the process that needs improvements.
In the beginning when things are not clear we need to define the process but after making the road maps the next step is to measure that how well the process are …