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  • #28562

    SSBB
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    Anyone have a Microsoft Project template that they use for Six Sigma projects?

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    #71404

    iSixSigma Community
    Participant

    This is an MS Project [and an Excel version that has been exported for use as a living document].

    The structure is simple:

    1. Use DMAIC as the main tasks
    2. Hold Meetings: I have 2 basic types – Decision and Tool [of course some have both]
    3. Assign Tasks and allow time to accomplish the tasks
    4. Review progressThis project example is detailed. It is designed to double as a meeting agenda. Many process improvement meeting drag-on. This approach uses a strategic basis for establishing time bounded activities.

    https://www.isixsigma.com/store/free-microsoft-project-six-sigma-template/

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    #71447

    iSixSigma Community
    Participant

    Community Editor’s Note: And yet another big thank you to R. Wheeler for submitting a DMAIC Microsoft Project template. iSixSigma user community to the rescue!

    ⬇️ Microsoft Project Six Sigma DMAIC Download

    ⬇️ Microsoft Project 98 Six Sigma DMAIC Download

    ⬇️ Microsoft Excel Six Sigma DMAIC Download

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    #71456

    Neil Barrass
    Participant

    Could you post this in Project 98 Format, the download directs me to an MS site with that instruction.
    Many Thanks,
    Neil.

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    #71468

    T. Booth
    Member

    Could you please post the MS Project template in Project 98 format?  I am directed to a Microsoft site that provides those instructions so I can open the file.
    Thank you,
    T. Booth

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    #71469

    T. Booth
    Member

    I also would like this template posted in MS Project 98 format.
    Thank you,
    T. Booth

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    #71471

    walden
    Participant

    This template, when I click the link to download the template, pops up in a IE browser window. I was hoping to be able to save the template on my HD. Am I doing something wrong? Can I save this to my hard drive? If so, how?

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    #71475

    Thomas C. Trible
    Member

    The following assumes you are using a WINTEL box, Windows 98 and MS Word:
    Highlight My Compter
    Right click and click on Explore
    Go to View on the menu bar
    Go to and click on Folder Options
    Go to and click on the File Types tab
    Find the sofware “Microsoft Word Document”
    Click the Edit button on the right side of the screen
    Unclick the “Browse in the same window” box
    Click OK
    Click OK
    You are all set.

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    #71476

    john beaudoin
    Participant

    I too had the same problem as my company cannot cost justify the upgrades from Office 97, Project and Outlook 98 to the present versions.  We can’t even justify an operating system upgrade past Windows 2000, as many of our applications will not run on Windows XP.  (The 2000 version is on our newer computers, but we still have many on Windows 98 and even Windows 95).
    Asside from that, I did notice that the Excel Template posted came up just fine on my Excel 97.  Once it comes up, go to Save As, Excel File and give it a name and – Boom – You have something to look at and possibly use.

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    #71477

    mcintosh
    Participant

    Right click on the link and click the “Save Target As…” option. Then save it to your desktop or select a folder.

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    #71494

    T
    Member

    Just use the File, Save As menu command on your browser to save the Project file when it opens.

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    #71565

    Pear,Thailand
    Participant

    Dear Sir,
    How can I get Microsoft Project Six Sigma Template ?
    B.Rgds,
    Pear ,Thailand
    ( reference Posting 8434.)

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    #71572

    Cannizzo
    Participant

    You’re going to have to show better resourcefulness than that…they’re attached to earlier postings in this thread.

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    #71607

    Bobby
    Participant

    There appears to be some miscommunication.
    I also have Project 98.  When I have tried to open either file from the links in this thread, I am referred to the MS webpage to obtain a converter.  There it informs me that a converter is not needed (and I can’t find one available) and that Project 2000 and Project 2002 both have the ability to save the file in Project 98 form.
    I am very interested in seeing this file, as are others from the reponses posted here.  I would appreciate it greatly if D. Brown, who so graciously offered the template, would save it as a Project 98 file and refer it for posting.
     
    Sincerely, 

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    #71609

    Ted
    Member

    Bobby,

    I think the MS Project file posted is very good.

    Regards,

    Ted

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    #71614

    Bobby
    Participant

    Ted,
    I tried this earlier and tried again, still with no success.  Would you be able to forward me the file in Project 98 form to [email protected]?
     
    Thanks,
    Bobby

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    #71621

    Vallejo
    Participant

    I also tried to open the file with Project 98 but I had no success. If someone could open it, I would appreciate to receive an e-mail with the file.
    Thanks. [email protected]

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    #71654

    CMH
    Participant

    Got it.  Thank you for the e-mail Ted.  Regards, cmh

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    #164447

    Jeff
    Participant

    Hi there,
    This is quite a useful little template. Many thanks for sharing.
    Jeff

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    #166320

    McNabb
    Participant

    Does anyone have this template in project 2003?
     
    Thanks,Mary

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    #169336

    dr kashif
    Participant

    I am interested to receive the Six Sigma Project template

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    #177111

    Donna
    Participant

    Does anyone have this template in 2003 version or could someone save it as 2003 version and post?  Thanks.

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    #177354

    Jim M.
    Participant

    Question about MS Project Template, Not meant to be critical
    Why is the Charter done and approved in the Planning stage, and then done and approved again in the Define stage.
    To me, it is not a charter initially, just a mandate to explore further, and put a charter together for a sponsor / tollgate review. The planning stage is a pre-Charter without much substance. 
    Jim M.
     
     

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    #177357

    Nolan
    Participant

    OK, you are hereby approved to do it that way. And retain your certification.

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    #187674

    Stephens
    Participant

    How did you do the subtotals on the Excel example?

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    #188923

    G.Chandra Mohan
    Participant

    Dear Sirs,
    Since I am trying to learn Six Sigma very seriously,I would like to receive the templates of the above to familiarize the subject.
    Best Regards,
    Chandra Mohan,
    Bahrain
     
     
     
      

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    #188926

    Stewart
    Participant

    Six Sigma seriously, hummmmm!!!!
    Read the post responses you had linked to, second comment has link to downloads, seriuosly!
    https://www.isixsigma.com/forum/showmessage.asp?messageID=8563
    Later,
    Markiemark
     

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    #188933

    Stevo
    Member

    Oh my special little underwear model – You just messed with the Mohan.
    Stevo

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    #188939

    Mikel
    Member

    Correct.

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