||G – Planning process to achieve key performance breakthroughs.
||D – This fish-shaped diagram helps identify root cause reasons.
||I – An activity that adds no value.
||K- A device or procedure that can prevent or find errors.
||C – This diagram lets you “see” how work flows through an area.
||J – Continuous improvement.
||M – Acronym for critical path management, a project planning process that focuses on activities.
||F – Simple process to identify the root cause of a problem.
||B – Build quality into a product to avoid errors and defects.
||E -Track information over time using this kind of graph.
||H – Take this walk to identify opportunities for improvement.
||A – Analysis used to identify three types of customer requirements.
||O – Compare two variables using this kind of chart.
||N- Chart Lets you compare performance before and after changes.
||L – A chart that helps identify priorities.
||P – When this is achieved a product is statistically error-free.