DMADV Review Checkpoints

DMADV Review Checkpoints

D-MDM -A -D-V STORY REVIEW FORM
Team Name:

Presentation Date:

Design Area:
#

Story Step
Name

Tools/Techniques
(* =applies only to redesign)

Comments

To plan and implement the process design/redesign
1. The Back Belt and members were trained in the process.
2. Team scheduled and held frequent meetings.
3. The team members regularly attended all meetings.
To identify business objectives, project scope, product/service concept
and develop project plan

TEAM
EFFORT

1 DEFINE

Objective and Checkpoints

Project Planning Sheet

1. Link established to related TLIs and core process outcome indicators (Ys)

Linkage

2. Outcome indicator(s) reflecting preliminary opportunity/gap

Customer Surveys

3. Scope of project determined (i.e. process boundaries)

*Process Flowchart

4. Product/service objective and target customers determined

Other

5. Preliminary opportunity/gap statement developed and reviewed with
sponsor
6. Project plan completed
To identify customer needs, specify CTQs, product/service requirements

2 MEASURE

Competitive Analysis

7. Customer needs defined & prioritized (CTQs)

Customer/Market Research

8. Associated process outcome indicators (Ys) to measure CTQs

Kano Analysis

9. Customer specifications forCTQs identified

CTQ Matrix

10. *0utcome indicator for current process measured againstCTQs

Brainstorming

11. Overall product/service requirements determined and prioritized

Risk Assessment

12. Design methodology selected

Other
Primary/Secondary/Research
Primary/Secondary/Research

13. Development risks assessed and exit strategies developed
To convert customer product/service requirements into process design
requirements and establish a high-level design

Matrices

14. Selected design track consistently followed to produce high-level design

Benchmarking Interview Guide

3 ANALYZE

Flowcharts

FMEA

Error-Proof

QFD

44 DESIGN
DESIGN

55 VALIDATE
VALIDATE

Structure Trees

15. High-level process design alternatives developed and evaluated
16. High-level design demonstrates capability to meet customer CTQs

Design Review

17.
17. Potential
Potentialpitfalls
pitfallsininthe
thedesign
designevaluated
evaluatedand
andeliminated
eliminatedor
ormin
min
imized

Other
Other

18.
18. High-level
High- leveldesign
designreview
reviewconducted
conductedand
andmodifications
modificationsmade
made
To develop, evaluate and select a detailed process/product design

Flowcharts
Flowcharts

Simulation
Simulation

19.
19. Alterative
Alterativedetail
detaildesigns
designsdeveloped
developedand
andevaluated
evaluated

Productivity/Analysis
Productivity/Analysis

20.
20.Process
Process indicators (Xs) identified and linked to outcome indicat ors (Ys)

FMEA
FMEA

Errorproofing

21.
21. Detail
Detaildesign
designevaluated
evaluatedfor
forvalue,
value,productivity,
productivity,capability
capabilityand
and
cost/benefits
cost/benefits

MGP
MGP

Value
ValueAnalysis
Analysis

22.
22. Enabling
Enablingdesign
designelements
elementsidentified
identifiedand
anddeveloped
developed

PMCS
PMCS

Design
DesignReview
Review

23.
23. Detail
Detaildesign
designreview
reviewconducted
conductedand
andmodifications
modificationsmade
made

Cost/Benefit/Analysis
Cost/Benefit/Analysis

24.
24.Multi-generational
Multi- generationaldesign
designplan
plandeveloped
developed

Other
Other

25.
25. Pilot/verification
Pilot/verificationtest
testplan
plandeveloped
developed
To assure new design meets customer requirements, institutionalize it,
and implement on-going monitoring

Graphs
Graphs
FMEA
FMEA

Errorproofing

26.
26.Pilot
Pilot run results evaluated (including cost/benefit), X & Y indicators
indi
validated
validated

Detailed
Detailedimplementation
implementationplan
plan

27.
27. Final
Finaldetailed
detaileddesign
designcompleted
completedand
andPMCS
PMCSdeveloped
developed

Action
Actionplan
plan

28.
28.Full-scale
Full-scale start-up
start- upplan
planand
andtraining
trainingcompleted
completed

Run
Runcharts
charts

PMCS
PMCS
Control
Controlcharts
charts

29.
29.Process
Process satisfies performance requirements for initial Y indicat
indicator(s)

Capability
CapabilityAnalysis
Analysis

30.
30.Process
ProcessManagement
ManagementControl
ControlSystem
Systemfunctioning
functioning(with
(withstable
stableXX&&YY
indicators)
indicators)

Other
Other

31.
31. Process
Processowner
ownerassigned
assignedon-going
on-goingPMCS
PMCSaccountability
accountability

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