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Lean Six Sigma DMAIC Project Template (PowerPoint PPTX)

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  1. Provides guidance for LSS DMAIC Green/Black Belt project teams to prepare for the toll-gate review or stakeholder briefing.
  2. Serves as a reference for new Green/Black Belt project teams.
  3. Facilitates knowedge sharing across the organization.


This product (Lean Six Sigma DMAIC Project Template) is a 61-slide PowerPoint presentation (PPTX) with a supplemental PDF document, which you can download immediately upon purchase.

The Lean Six Sigma (LSS) DMAIC methodology is a structured problem-solving approach consisting of five steps: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control.

The Define step establishes the problem statement, project scope, objective statement, and project team. The Measure step involves collecting and verifying data to measure the current performance and capability of the process. The Analyze step aims to identify the root causes of the problem, using tools such as cause-and-effect analysis and statistical analysis. The Improve step focuses on implementing potential solutions and evaluating their effectiveness. Finally, the Control step standardizes the solution and monitors performance to ensure sustained improvement.

Adopting a LSS DMAIC project template can bring several benefits to the improvement process. It provides a structured and consistent approach to problem-solving, ensuring that all necessary steps are taken and reducing the risk of overlooking critical issues. The template also helps to ensure that the project team stays focused on the problem and objectives throughout the process. Additionally, the template can improve communication and collaboration among team members by providing a common language and understanding of the process. Finally, the template can save time and reduce errors by providing a clear roadmap for the improvement process, with defined deliverables and expectations for each phase.

This is a PowerPoint template that can help your project team compile a report or storyboard for Green/Black Belt toll-gate review or stakeholder briefing based on the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC methodology.

Simply follow the guidelines in the slides and insert your own content. Illustrations are provided so that you will quickly know at a glance what is required under each phase of the LSS DMAIC problem solving process. A list of deliverables is provided in each phase which is helpful in guiding you what to include in the report or storyboard.

Note: This package includes:
1. Lean Six Sigma DMAIC Storyboard template (PowerPoint format)
2. Lean Six Sigma DMAIC poster (PDF format, in color and monochrome, printable in A3 size)

The five steps of LSS DMAIC are:

Step 1: DEFINE – Define the problem or opportunity.
Define Phase Deliverables:
1.1 Define business case
1.2 Define problem statement
1.3 Establish baseline project metrics
1.4 Define objective statement and scope
1.5 Form project team
1.6 Identify financial impact
1.7 Complete project charter
1.8 Approved project charter

Step 2: MEASURE – Measure the current performance and capability.
Measure Phase Deliverables:
2.1 Map the process
2.2 Collect process data
2.3 Verify data integrity
2.4 Document process behavior
2.5 Baseline process capability (Sigma level or DPMO)
2.6 Quick wins
2.7 List of potential X's

Step 3: ANALYZE – Analyze to identify root causes.
Analyze Phase Deliverables:
3.1 Cause and effect analysis
3.2 FMEA
3.3 Graphical analysis
3.4 Statistical analysis

Step 4: IMPROVE – Improve by implementing potential solutions.
Improve Phase Deliverables:
4.1 Generate solutions
4.2 Evaluate solutions
4.3 Pilot and implement solutions
4.4 Statement of Y = f(X)

Step 5: CONTROL – Control by standardizing solution and monitoring performance.
Control Phase Deliverables:
5.1 Control methods
5.2 Control plan
5.3 Clear indication of improved primary metric
5.4 Project transition action plan
5.5 Project approval
5.6 Financial validation
5.7 Lessons learned

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Source: Best Practices in DMAIC PowerPoint Slides: Lean Six Sigma DMAIC Project Template PowerPoint (PPTX) Presentation, Operational Excellence Consulting


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Number of Slides: 61 (includes cover and all slides)

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Initial upload date (first version): Oct 30, 2014
Most recent version published: Nov 23, 2020


Author: Operational Excellence Consulting

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