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Excel-based templates illustrating various LSS frameworks developed by European LSS matchmaking platform, Lean6Sigma4All.


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A3 reports are simply a waste-free way for report writing and communication, but the basic building blocks of the A3 report provide a nice template for good thinking. This [read more]

The plans, findings, actions of a DMAIC lean six sigma project need to be communicated to the team stakeholders and other interested parties on a regular basis. The communication [read more]

The Project Charter is an official, basic document that outlines a process improvement project. It is the first step in a Lean Six Sigma project, and therefore takes place in the [read more]

The Project Selection Tool helps you determine which projects are good Lean Six Sigma projects based on the impact it may have on customers, what the potential time savings are, [read more]

The Gemba Walk Interview Sheet is a simple data collection form, designed for transactional processes. It is used to ask pertinent questions during a Gemba Walk. This template [read more]

A RACI Matrix is a powerful tool that helps increase accountability for a project. RACI stands for Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and Informed. It provides structure and [read more]

A SIPOC is ordered from start to finish. In conversational English, every Process starts with Suppliers, who provide Inputs to the Process, which results in an Output that is [read more]

A Stakeholder Analysis enables you to outline who has a vested interest in how a process performs. Remember that stakeholders do not receive the product or service. It helps you [read more]

A Swimlane Map is a process map that separates process steps by function, department or individual. Each lane represents a different department or individual. The process map is [read more]

A Threats & Opportunities Matrix is a simple 2 x 2 grid that captures the threats of not implementing a proposed solution and, conversely, the potential opportunities if the [read more]

A Value Stream Map visually maps the flow of steps, delay, and information required to deliver a product or service; this is called a "Current State" Map. Value Stream Mapping [read more]

The VOC (Voice Of the Customer) Translation Matrix is a tool that helps teams take customer comments, determine the underlying issues represented by those comments and use this [read more]

Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) quantifies the negative outcomes (costs) due to waste, inefficiencies, and defects in a process. Cost of Poor Quality is often represented in dollar [read more]

This is a well thought out approach to data collection that includes information around where to collect data, how to collect it, when to collect it and who is responsible. This [read more]

The Efficiency & Effectiveness Matrix is tool used to balance the types of measurement applied to a process. The goal is to monitor data that indicates the effectiveness of a [read more]

The Impact Effort Matrix is a 2 x 2 grid that helps you assess solutions for their relative impact given the effort required. It provides a quick way to filter out solutions that [read more]

Operational Definitions describe the terms used within measures such as "accurate" or "complete" and if it's a time-based measure, they include the stop and start points. These [read more]

A Cause and Effect Diagram is structured brainstorming tool designed to assist an improvement team in listing potential causes of a specific effect. It is also known as an [read more]

Root Cause Hypothesis is an educated guess as to the cause of a problem in a process. Root Cause Hypothesis is part of the Analyze Phase in DMAIC. In order to form Hypotheses [read more]

This is an automated model to calculate the Cycle Time. Cycle Time is the measurement of the time elapsed from the beginning of a process or a step to its end. Reduction of cycle [read more]

Cross Training is training different employees to perform different tasks outside of their original role. For example, training Worker A to do Worker B's job, and training Worker [read more]

FMEA is a risk management tool that identifies and quantifies the influence of potential failures in a system. This template was created by [read more]

A Weighted Criteria Matrix is a decision-making tool that evaluates potential options against a list of weighted factors. Common uses include deciding between optional solutions [read more]

A Monitoring Plan is a detailed data collection plan that supports the Control Plan. It lists the measure, the targets for each measure. This template was created by [read more]

The New Procedure Audit provides an easy way to check for adaptation to the new way of doing things once a project is successfully completed. This template was created by [read more]

The Control Plan is a guide to continued monitoring of the process, and the response plan for each of the measures being monitored. This template was created by [read more]

The response plan for a process establishes, for each measure being monitored, a threshold or trigger level for that process measure. When a process performance hits a trigger [read more]


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