Deliverables at the end of the Define Phase
Project Schedule: It is in the Define phase that the team gives an appropriate end date to each of the stages in the DMAIC Six Sigma methodology process. Also the end date of the project is decided and the criterion for judging the project as a success or a failure is also decided.
Well-begun is half done, they say. Six Sigma DMAIC methodology ensures that you begin the project well. It is for this reason that an exhaustive define phase has been created with many deliverable documents that force you to think in different ways about your project. The end result of the Define phase is a considerably insightful team working dedicatedly towards a solution.
- Six Sigma Project
- Step 1: Collect and Review Information
- Step 2: Defining a Scope for Your Project
- Step 3: Defining the Problem Statement
- Goal Statement & Problem Statement
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