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An Audit Checklist serves as a guide for identifying items to be examined and is used in conjunction with the understanding of the procedure.
A Communication Plan establishes procedures, schedules and acceptable modes of communication among management, team members, and relevant stakeholders.
A Control Plan is a management planning tool to identify, describe, and monitor the process performance metrics in order to meet the customer specifications steadily.
The FMEA is used to identify, evaluate, and prioritize a potential deficiency in a process so that action plans can be designed to reduce the probability of the failure/deficiency occurring.
A Gantt Chart gives project teams the ability to display the status of each task/activity at a glance, and easily demonstrate the schedule of tasks and timelines to all stakeholders.
The Project Charter acts as an agreement between the project team and the stakeholders, defining the project’s business case, problem statement, objective, scope, timeline, and team.
Project Prioritization Matrix
The Project Prioritization Matrix helps project teams identify the proper order of importance for projects by numerically weighting the relative importance to business objectives.
A Pugh Matrix helps project teams identify the items or solutions that are most important, as compared to others. This matrix is used once the voice of the customer has been captured.
Risk Management Plan
A Risk Management Plan is used to identify sources of project risks and estimate the effects of those risks. This plan assesses the impact of such risk to the customers and stakeholders.
Training plans are a critical component to ensure that necessary training related to new processes and procedures is deployed to employees that perform the process.
The XY Matrix is a tool to help subjectively quantify the relationship of several X’s to several Y’s, forcing project teams to make informed project decisions based on fact.
DPMO Sigma Level Table
The Sigma Level Table shows defects/million opportunities for various sigma levels, process yield per sigma level, and compares sigma levels with or without a 1.5 sigma shift.
Chi-Square Probability Distribution
The Chi-Squared Probability Distribution is a continuous probability distribution of the sum of squares of multiple independent standard normal random variables.
Control Chart Roadmap
The Control Chart Roadmap guides six sigma practitioners step-by-step to the proper control chart to use through a list of questions, and includes the seven Western Electric Rules.
Hypothesis Testing Roadmap
The Hypothesis Testing Roadmap guides six sigma practitioners step-by-step to choose one of fifteen hypothesis test through a list of questions.
Table of Probabilities F-Distribution
The Table of Probabilities for the F-distribution featuring right tailed distribution and degrees of freedom up to 120.
Table of Student’s t-Distribution
The Table of Student’s t distribution featuring two tailed distribution and degrees of freedom up to 120.
Table of Probabilities Z-Distribution
The Table of Probabilities Z-Distribution holds the standard normal z distribution featuring right tailed distribution.
Sample Size Calculator
A super simple but accurate sample size calculator for discrete and continuous data.Choose your data type and two other variables to get required samples sizes for 90%, 95% and 99% confidence intervals.
The Project Charter acts as an agreement between the project team and the stakeholders, defining the project’s business case, problem statement, objective, scope, timeline, and team. This file is a Word Document.