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    amit agarwal
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    *what methodology is used  by six sigma for new product development
    * in a process map the symbol triangle represents what

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    #149838

    Phulsunge
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    There is a methodology called DFSS (Design For Six Sigma) used for new product development. It usually uses DMADV – Design, Measure,Analyse, Develop and Validate. The tools used are more or less the same as that of Six Sigma.
    –Bharat 

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    #149839

    Veer
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    1) Logicaly speaking, it is the same methodology used as for reducing u’r process defects or optimizing u’r process characteristics, only difference is that there is no Improvement Phase:
    DEFINE the NPD project
    MEASURE & ANALYZE the process/product parameters to be designed using the DOE tools, mostly Factorial Analysis or Variable Search, by choosing the ‘+’ setting (likely to give a good result) & ‘-‘ setting (likely to give a bad result) for u’r process/product parameters
    CONTROL the settings of new process/product parameters arrived at.
    2) as far as my knowledge, an inverted triangle represents Storage activity in a Process Mapping tool
     
     

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    #149844

    Marlon Brando
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    Trinagle stahds  for  either  Extract (for  the normal triangle) or Merge?

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    #149853

    Veer
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    In Process Flow Map, the only triangle symbol is the  inverted triangle symbol, which means storage or holding
    Whereas, In value stream map, a normal triangle would represent an inventory b/w 2 processes or stages

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    #149863

    Manee
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    Use Robust Design Methodology.  Look at the follwing article.
    https://www.isixsigma.com/library/content/c020311a.asp
    I hope it helps
    Manee

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