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Analyze Wrap Up and Action Items

Analyze Wrap Up and Action Items. Analyze Wrap Up Overview. The goal of the Analyze Phase is to:

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Analyze Wrap Up and Action Items

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  1. Analyze Wrap Up and Action Items

  2. Analyze Wrap Up Overview • The goal of the Analyze Phase is to: • Locate the variables significantly impacting your Primary Metric. Then establish Root Causes for “X” variables using Inferential Statistical Analysis such as Hypothesis Testing and Simple Modeling. • Gain and demonstrate a working knowledge of Inferential Statistics as a means of identification of leverage variables.

  3. Six Sigma Behaviors • Embracing change • Continuous learning • Being tenacious and courageous • Make data-based decisions • Being rigorous • Thinking outside of the box Each “player” in the Lean Six Sigma process must be A ROLE MODEL for the Lean Six Sigma culture.

  4. Analyze Deliverables • Listed here are the Analyze Phase deliverables each candidate will present in a Power Point presentation at the beginning of the Improve Phase training. • At this point you should all understand what is necessary to provide these deliverables in your presentation. • Team Members (Team Meeting Attendance) • Primary Metric • Secondary Metric(s) • Data Demographics • Hypothesis Testing (applicable tools) • Modeling (applicable tools) • Strategy to reduce the X’s • Project Plan • Issues and Barriers It’s your show!

  5. Analyze Phase - The Roadblocks • Look for the potential roadblocks and plan to address them before they become problems: • Lack of data • Data presented is the best guess by functional managers • Team members do not have the time to collect data • Process participants do not participate in the analysis planning • Lack of access to the process

  6. Champion/Process Owner Identify Problem Area Determine Appropriate Project Focus Define Estimate COPQ Establish Team Assess Stability, Capability and Measurement Systems Measure Identify and Prioritize All X’s Analyze Prove/Disprove Impact X’s Have On Problem Identify, Prioritize, Select Solutions Control or Eliminate X’s Causing Problems Improve Implement Solutions to Control or Eliminate X’s Causing Problems Implement Control Plan to Ensure Problem Does Not Return Control Verify Financial Impact DMAIC Roadmap

  7. Vital Few X’s Identified State Practical Theories of Vital Few X’s Impact on Problem Translate Practical Theories into Scientific Hypothesis Select Analysis Tools to Prove/Disprove Hypothesis Collect Data Perform Statistical Tests State Practical Conclusion Statistically Significant? N N N Update FMEA Practically Significant? Y Y Y Root Cause Identify Root Cause Ready for Improve and Control Analyze Phase

  8. Analyze Phase Checklist • Analyze Questions • Define Performance Objectives Graphical Analysis • Is existing data laid out graphically? • Are there newly identified secondary metrics? • Is the response discrete or continuous? • Is it a Mean or a variance problem or both? • Document Potential X’s Root Cause Exploration • Are there a reduced number of potential X’s? • Who participated in these activities? • Are the number of likely X’s reduced to a practical number for analysis? • What is the statement of Statistical Problem? • Does the process owner buy into these Root Causes? • Analyze Sources of Variability Statistical Tests • Are there completed Hypothesis Tests? • Is there an updated FMEA? • General Questions • Are there any issues or barriers preventing you from completing this phase? • Do you have adequate resources to complete the project?

  9. Planning for Action

  10. Summary • At this point you should: • Have started to develop a project plan to meet the deliverables • Have identified ways to deal with potential roadblocks • Be ready to apply the Lean Six Sigma method through your project You are on your way!

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