DMAIC

DMAIC is a project management methodology for problem solving that originated in Six Sigma. Following the methodology helps to find the root cause(s) of a problem and prevents from “jumping to solutions”. The DMAIC roadmap provides step-by-step guidance...

Define Phase

This first phase of a DMAIC Project is all about clearly defining the project. The main deliverable of the Define phase is a clear problem statement including metrics – how do you measure the success of your project? Also, it is helpful to develop a business...

Control Phase

This last phase of the DMAIC Project is all about controlling the improved process: No control, no sustainability of results. Here the project success is evaluated, but moreover, in Control the transition from the improvement project to the daily routine takes place....

Improve Phase

This fourth phase of the DMAIC project is all about implementing a suitable solution to the problem: A DMAIC project is not an academic exercise where you want to find the root cause to write a thesis. You want to find the root cause in Analyze to find a practical and...

Analyze Phase

This third phase of the DMAIC Project is all about analyzing the root causes of the problem. The deliverables of the Analyze phase are straight forward: Have you verified the root causes and quantified their impact? Then you are done. In reality, this phase is the...
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