Problem-Solving Method: An Overview of DMAIC

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Problem-Solving Method: An Overview of DMAIC

Everyone knows that there’s no such thing as a perpetually problem-free enterprise of any sort. When problems occur, there are multiple reasons they don’t get addressed or handled. A central reason is that most organizations don’t employ a structured problem solving model, so when faced with a problem, they “wing it” rather than address it in a systematic way.
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Problem-Solving Method: The A in DMAIC

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Problem-Solving Method: The A in DMAIC

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During the Analyze stage, the team will look at the data that it has already gathered and, perhaps, plan to gather further data. The Analyze stage is like detective work because the team needs to figure out what the data is saying by looking at the impact of problems and variability, the sources of process variability, and the root causes of the defined problem.
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