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Six Sigma Analyze Tollgate Review
A Six SigmaSix Sigma Definition: Six Sigma is a set of techniques and t... Learn More... Analyze phase Tollgate Review is like a checkpoint at which the various team members meet with a project ChampionA Champion in a Six Sigma initiative is the executive sponso... Learn More... and determine whether the work has been performed as indicated in the project plan and whether the objectives mentioned have been achieved.
A Tollgate Review will help you determine if the goals in a DMAICDMAIC is an abbreviation of the five improvement steps it co... Learn More... stage have been completed and whether you can move on to the next stage.
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) (Qualitative Analysis)
- Has the Preliminary FMEA been developed?
- Has the Team drilled down on at least the five Key Inputs determined through the C&E Matrix
- Has the team discovered any quick wins from the FMEA? If so, how are they being dealt with?
- What Statistical Tools were used to analyze the data?
- Has the team gathered data for a Mult-Vari Analysis to determine the “Critical Few” Variables?
- Has the team used the Basic Quality Tools to graphically analyze the data?
- Has a Hypothesis statement(s), null hypothesisHypothesis testing definition A statistical hypothesis test ... Learn More..., and alternative hypothesisHypothesis testing definition A statistical hypothesis test ... Learn More... been developed for the data analyzed
Quantifying the Gap/Opportunity
- What is the cost of poor qualityCost of Poor Quality Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) is a term u... Learn More... (COPQCost of Poor Quality Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) is a term u... Learn More...) as supported by the team’s analysis?
- What are the revised rough order estimates of the financial savings/opportunity for the improvement project?
- Have the problem and goal statements been updated to reflect the additional knowledge gained from the analysis phase?
- Have any additional benefits been identified that will result from closing all or most of the gaps?
- What were the financial benefits resulting from any ‘ground fruit or low-hanging fruit’ (quick fixes)?
Analyze Stage Deliverables
- Revised CharterWhat is a Six Sigma Project Charter? The project charte... Learn More... problem statement reflecting an increased understanding of the problem
- Additional Sources of Variation are statistically quantified and prioritized
- Use and display Multi-Vari tools to identify and verify the “Vital few” (Knob Variable) factors
- Graphical analysis and interpretation of data using Basic Quality Tools
- CorrelationCorrelation is a statistical measure that describes the stre... Learn More... and Regression Analysis (if Applicable)
- Hypothesis statement(s), null hypothesisA statistical hypothesis is a hypothesis that is testabl... Learn More... and alternative hypothesisAn alternative hypothesis (Ha) states that there is a s... Learn More... has been developed for the data analyzed
- Hypothesis testHypothesis testing definition A statistical hypothesis test ... Learn More... output, p-value, and interpretation of the data
- Any red flags with the project or project scopeWhat is a Project Scope? The project scope (PS) is a part of... Learn More... and recommendations to resolve
- Red flags and recommendations for resolving them defined
- Next steps documented
- Approval of report out signed by Project Champion
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