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  • #48259

    Anilita
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    Looking for DMAIC gate templates for my first project, can anyone help me? Something I can use to record my entire project, tools, findings etc…

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    #161982

    Anilita
    Participant

    Thank you Steve

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    #161981

    Steve Bonacorsi
    Member

    Hello Anilita,
    I have a complete set of DMAIC templates you can use for your Green Belt project and gate review. These are the same deck I use for Black Belts. You can delete the slides that do not apply to your project or add new ones if needed. Just send me an e-mail at
    sbonacorsi @ comcast dot net.
    Hope this helps,
    Steven Bonacorsi
    Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt

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    #161985

    Brandon
    Participant

    Or check out opensourcesixsigma.com – lots of free templates.

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    #161987

    Anilita
    Participant

    Thanks Brandon

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    #161989

    Opensource
    Participant

    Almost everything on the site has a price – what a joke – thats not open source

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    #161990

    ACFC
    Participant

    I have some templates from Ford that are not on opensource – I am willing to share – where can I post them?

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    #161994

    TRIZ
    Member

    Do you have templates for Triz or know where I could find them? how about DFSS?

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    #161995

    TRIZ Black Belt?
    Member

    I didn’t think TRIZ did gate reviews? What does TRIZ stand for anyway? Are there TRIZ Black Belts?

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    #161999

    Brandon
    Participant

    To Opensource – yea, sorry not everything is free in life – get over it. But then it’s a matter of definition. I’d say DMAIC at $100 vs the $15K+ that’s been charged for the last 20 years is essentially free. 5 years ago the training firm I was with was paid a $2.4 million license fee for what you can get for under $500 on opensource.
    AFC – they have contact to talk with them about posting your stuff.

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    #162002

    ACFC
    Participant

    Thanks Brandon,
    I sent them a note

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    #162005

    fake accrington alert
    Participant

    Theory  of  Inventive  problem  solving

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    #162009

    TRIZ
    Member

    Oh so Triz is not and ancronym?

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    #162010

    fake accrington alert
    Participant

    It  is  same  meaning  in  russien language

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    #162013

    Green Belt
    Participant

    thank u fake

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    #162051

    broke
    Participant

    Does opensource mean free?

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    #162053

    Confused
    Participant

    Open source is a set of principles and practices that promote access to the design and production of goods and knowledge. The term is most commonly applied to the source code of software that is available to the general public with relaxed or non-existent intellectual property restrictions. This allows users to create software content through incremental individual effort or through collaboration.
    The open source model of operation can be extended to open source culture in decision making, which allows concurrent input of different agendas, approaches and priorities, in contrast with more centralized models of development such as those typically used in commercial companies.[1] Open source culture is one where collective decisions or fixations are shared during development and made generally available to all, as done in Wikipedia. This collective approach moderates ethical concerns over a “conflict of roles” or conflict of interest. Participants in such a culture are able to modify the collective outcomes and share them with the community. Some consider open source as one of various possible design approaches, while others consider it a critical strategic element of their operations.
    Before the term open source became popular, developers and producers used various phrases to describe the concept; the term gained popularity with the rise of the Internet which enabled diverse production models, communication paths and interactive communities.[2] Later, open source software became the most prominent face of open source practices

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    #162058

    Brandon
    Participant

    confused – Yes, and a Saturn is a planet and a car.
    Don’t begrudge these guys from capturing some of their costs – its still cheap compared to other sources.
     

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    #162059

    Brandon
    Participant

    Cheap – no, some free stuff and other stuff at very reasonalbe prices – you decide.

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    #162065

    qualitycolorado
    Participant

    Broke, Good afternoon!”Open source” is not the same as “free”. Open source usually refers to anything (often software, but not always) that follows a particular group of principles/practices aimed at promoting access to the design and production of some type of product, service, or set of information.Open source software is often “free” to purchase, but not always.And, of course, you always have to look at what “free” really means. For instance, the “R” suite of software for statistics is “free” to download (purchase). However, while it is very powerful, it is not very easy to use. There are companies that are set up help other companies use “R” (and, that help is not “free” at all).
    Best regards,
    QualityColorado

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    #162067

    broke
    Participant

    Thanks qualitycolorado,
    I see what you mean – i’ll have to change my thinking – i guess its the same as the free trials too. thank you for your thoughtful answer.
    Still broke

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