Design for Six Sigma + LeanToolset: Implementing Innovations Successfully

Design for Six Sigma + LeanToolset: Implementing Innovations Successfully

Christian Staudter, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer

Language: English

Pages: 375

ISBN: 3540895132

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Toolset is a comprehensive collection of the relevant Design for Six Sigma+Lean tools, which are necessary for successfully implementing innovations. All tools are presented in a clear structure, providing a good overview of the methodology. The chronology of the listed tools corresponds to the procedure in a Design for Six Sigma+Lean development project with the stages Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, and Verify. Due to this unique structure by which tools can be found and applied quickly we created a book that facilitates project work in practical use enormously.

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questionnaire surveys Selecting the respondents Three methods are used for gaining a representative selection of respondents. Selection Methods Random Selection Quota Selection Haphazard Selection For an unqualified random selection, each unit must have the same calculable chance. This method is applied for example in "random digit dialing" for telephone interviews, where the number is generated randomly and dialed automatically. Here rules are set for selecting the respondents. They are to

100 Specifying Customer Needs Competition Comparison DEFINE Competition Comparison MEASURE Goals for the system which is to be developed can be derived from judging which competing system is the best. ANALYZE Symbols: Product competitor A = □ Product competitor B = Ο Product competitor C = Δ DESIGN VERIFY 101 DEFINE Specifying Customer Needs Quality Function Deployment Term / Description MEASURE Quality Function Deployment, QFD*, House of Quality When In the Measure Phase,

specific solution by creativity, expertise and experience. ANALYZE Steps TRIZ – the Principal Approach Standard problem Standard solution ? TRIZ parameter TRIZ principles Specific solution DESIGN Specific problem Every possible problem belongs to one of the following five main groups; the various tools and methods of TRIZ provide solutions. 169 VERIFY * Altshuller, Genrich S. (10.15.1926-9.24.1998) MEASURE DEFINE Optimizing Design Concept Main Groups in TRIZ Engineering /

actions ("less is more") 4. Asymmetry 17. Another dimension 30. Flexible shells and thin films 5. Merging 18. Mechanical vibration 31. Porous materials 6. Universality 19. Periodic action 32. Color changes 7. Nested doll 20. Continuity of useful action 33. Homogeneity 8. Anti-weight 21. Skipping 34. Discarding and recovering 9. Preliminary anti-action 22. "Blessing in disguise" or "Turn lemons into lemonade" 35. Parameter changes 10. Preliminary action 11. Preventive activities

specific type of steel requires that the steel be heated to 1200°C before it can be formed. As it turns out, the surface of the material is damaged by the reaction with air when the temperature is heated above 800°C. On the one hand the steel must have a temperature of 1200°C if it is to be moldable, while on the other it cannot become hotter than 800°C, otherwise damage occurs. MEASURE Solution MEASURE DEFINE Optimizing Design Concept Separating the Contradictory Requirements Steps: To

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