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Sample Six Sigma Presentation

  1. 1. Lead your Organization to the Sky….Your Pilot for Today:Dr. Osama Abou El KhirMBBCH, CPHQ, LSSGB, OSHA
  2. 2. Road Map for Control Phase
  3. 3. Solve the Puzzle: DMAICDefi D Mea M Anal A Impr I Con Cne sure yze ove trol Determine data type Recognize Problem Graphical Analysis Idea Generation Define Team Data Collection Plan RCA Innovative Solution Define CustomerCollect Data Cause & Effect TRIZ Define Defect Detailed Process Process Capability Lean Tools CTQ Map Sigma Level Solution Selection Team Charter Revisit Problem Control Chart “TO BE” process map Statement Problem Statement Correlation- Pilot High Level Process Regression Validate Improvement Map y=f(x) FMEA Value Stream Select Vital Few (Xs) Mapping MSA SIPOC
  4. 4. Learning Objectives Differentiate between 2 types of Variation Others (Not Today)
  5. 5. Healthcare variations
  6. 6. Variation Explained Common Cause Variation Special Cause Variation MeanTarget 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Archer Throwing Arrows
  7. 7. Variation Explained Common Cause Variation Special Cause Variation Normal, System Abnormal, Outlier, Assignable Cause Cause, Random, Inherited• Present in EVERY process • Extra-ordinary occurrence• Process is said to be „in control‟ if it • Process is said to be „out of control‟ if exhibits only common cause variation it exhibits special cause variation• The process is stable and predictable • The process is unstable• Sources: People • Source: factors that were not part of , Materials, Methods, Measurement & the process‟ design (unplanned Environment. factors)• It‟s effect is minimal • In most cases can be eliminated
  8. 8. ThankYou

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