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Control Chart App

When dealing with vast amounts of data types and measurements, it can be daunting to find the right tool for the task. Control Charts aid the Six Sigma professional in the process of determining if a process is under control.

Using BMGI's Control Chart Selection app, you can quickly and easily find the best tool for your specific situation by answering a handful of simple questions.

Available for download on iTunes and Android Market.

  • Analyze
  • Control
  • Define
  • Improve
  • Measure
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Performance Excellence
Final Project Guidelines

The Final Project Guidelines document provides a phase by phase discussion of Lean Six Sigma project deliverables.  Included is a short discussion on appropriate Lean Six Sigma project selection and final report documentation. The guidelines in this document can be used to bring any Green Belt or Black Belt project from project definition to project closure.

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  • Control
  • Define
  • Improve
  • Measure
  • Recognize
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Performance Excellence
Final Report Deliverables Matrix

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 project. 

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  • Control
  • Define
  • Improve
  • Measure
  • Recognize
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Performance Excellence
Final Report Template

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 final report.  Key sections include the executive summary, project overview, and phase summaries.  This template can be used by Green Belts and Black Belts to document their projects.  

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  • Control
  • Define
  • Improve
  • Measure
  • Recognize
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Performance Excellence
Heuristic Redefinition

This form will help you create a picture of your system and its parts to focus ideation.  Use this when your Job-to-be-Done (JTBD) is not well defined, or is broad rather than targeted in nature and you need more specificity to take meaningful innovation action.

  • Define
  • Innovation
  • Innovation
Hoshin Policy Deployment Templates: X Matrix

Strategic plans developed using the Hoshin Kanri process are usually visualized in X-Matrices. A Top Level Matrix and a number of 2nd Level Matrices outline Breakthrough Objectives and Top Level Improvement Priorities that each of the stakeholders are accountable for. Depending on the structure of an organization, 3rd level Matrices may be used to drill down to other Improvement Priorities that help reach the goals. Each X-Matrix is supported by a Bowling Chart, or Scorecard. At the project level, an Action Plan is used in the format of an A3 report, alongside a Countermeasures report, which lists all the actions to be taken to put the strategy back on track. This document contains all the templates needed for the complete Hoshin Planning Process.

  • Define
  • Strategy
  • Strategy Execution
Hypothesis Testing Road-map App

In the simplest of terms, a hypothesis test is a way to use statistics to answer a practical question. Statistical tests of hypothesis can be used to provide an answer to pratical questions, based on sample data. Without hypothesis tests, we may overreact to situations without data, mistaking randomness for variation.

This BMGI wizard will help you walk through the Hypothesis Testing Roadmap to select the best hypothesis test for your project. 

Available for download on iTunes and Android Market.

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  • Control
  • Define
  • Improve
  • Measure
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Performance Excellence
Innovation Financial Management

Constantly improve your assumption-to-knowledge ratio.  At the beginning of a project use this form to evaluate the feasibility of your innovation before putting too much time, money and resources into it.  As you move through the implementation continue to visit this form to make sure your assumptions are still accurate and the project is still viable.

  • Define
  • Innovation
  • Innovation
Innovation Project Charter

Keep your innovation team focused and on track using this worksheet.   Use this tool to define your project so that all team members and stakeholders understand what the project is and is not to help you manage the risks associated with innovation.

  • Define
  • Innovation
  • Innovation
  • Change Management
Job Scoping

Use this to to broaden or narrow your innovation focus to ensure that the innovation opportunity is effectively targeted at an actionable level.

  • Define
  • Innovation
  • Innovation