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Hay una gran cantidad de términos que son específicos de Lean y Six Sigma. Si no está seguro sobre el significado de un término, le recomendamos que visite nuestro Glosario Lean y Six Sigma para encontrar esa definición. Si no encuentra el término que está buscando, por favor contáctenos. Estaremos encantados de responder a sus preguntas, y podemos añadir su término al glosario en el futuro.
Approach that involves making educated guesses about which items or people are representative of a whole, generally to be avoided.
Standard and guideline used to certify organizations as competent in defining and adhering to documented processes; mostly associated with quality assurance systems, not quality improvement.
Fundamental changes in daily behaviors, attitudes, and practices that make changes “permanent”, cultural adaptation of changes implemented by Process Improvement, Design or Redesign-including complex business systems such as HR, MIS, Training, etc.
Measures related to and describing the input into a process; predictors of output measures.
Any product, service, or piece of information that comes into the process from a supplier.
DMAIC phase where solutions and ideas are creatively generated and decided upon. Once a problem has been fully identified, measured, and analyzed, potential solutions can be determined to solve the problem in the problem statement and support the goal statement. See also Charter.
A complete description of the suspected cause(s) of a process problem.
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Chart used to graphically represents the frequency, distribution and “centeredness” of a population.
Any time in a process when one person (or job title) passes on the item moving through the process to another person; potential to add defects, time, and cost to a process.