Tools and Templates - Control

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The Control Plan is a summary of all control activities for a process. It is intended to be used after the project is handed off to the process owner in order to sustain the gains of the Lean Six Sigma project. This...
Tracking project deliverables is an important way to ensure a Lean Six Sigma project is on target. This worksheet lists the deliverables for the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control phases of a Lean Six Sigma...
Reports are important management tools for influencing future actions and documenting learning and accomplishments. The Final Report Template provides instructions for writing a clear and concise Lean Six Sigma project...
This compilation of lean process improvement worksheets provides templates to document your process, develop standard work, analyze stakeholders, identify process capacity and eliminate waste.
A team meeting should be handled as a process by itself. The templates in this document will help the student to appropriately manage the resources involved in the meeting and all the other inputs and desired output...
To generate solutions for minimizing and eliminating potential mistakes, use this matrix to come up with new and previously unexplored mistake-proofing ideas. Combine the matrix with the 21 Mistake Proofing Techniques...
A pilot program tests the final design under limited real world conditions to verify original design assumptions versus actual performance. The Pilot Charter is a document that students can use to plan the pilot to make...
This Process Management Assessment Tool is designed to give a structure to managing and monitoring your core business processes. Use this form with your process owners and operational managers to rate your daily process...
Tracking project deliverables is an important way to ensure a Lean Six Sigma project is on target. This worksheet lists the deliverables for the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control phases of a Lean Six Sigma...
The Project Transition Action Plan (PTAP) defines who is responsible for driving a Lean Six Sigma project after completion. It includes the tasks that need to be completed and who owns those tasks. This template can be...