Six Sigma DMAIC and DMADV

 
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Six Sigma DMAIC and DMADV
Antonio
Two Six Sigma sub-methodologies are called:
DMAIC - Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control, and
DMADV - Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify.
They are both systematic, structured and fact-based methodologies, rather than relying on gut feeling or expert opinions.

DMAIC is an improvement system for EXISTING processes which fall below SPECIFICATIONS and need to be improved incrementally.
DMADV is also an improvement system which is designed to develop NEW processes and/ or products at Six Sigma quality levels. DMADV is typically used when a CLIENT or customer requires product improvement, adjustment, or the creation of an entirely new product or service. The application of the DMADV method is aimed at creating a high-quality product keeping in mind customer requirements at every stage of the process.

DMAIC PHASES
Here is some more information on each phase of DMAIC:
  • DEFINE: the problem is being ident...Sign up
 

 
Difference Six Sigma DMADV <> DMAIC
Ali
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Six Sigma DMAIC
AYOWUNDE Anthony, Nigeria, Member
Having been trained on the basics of Six Sigma DMAIC, I can confirm that indeed this methodology basically is for existing products, services and cont...Sign up
 

 
Six Sigma DMAIC versus DMADV
Meghna Singh, India, Member
I agree DMAIC is well known and most used lean Six Sigma methodology to continuously improve existing products or processes. On the other hand DMADV i...Sign up
 

     
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