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Copy of (PDCA) Plan - Do - Check - Act
Transcript of Copy of (PDCA) Plan - Do - Check - Act
By: Mabel Martinez
P.S: Iterative Approach means to develop a system through repeated cycles (iterative) and in smaller portions at a time (incremental), allowing developers to take advantage of what was learned during development of earlier parts or versions of the system.
How do I decide what to do and in what order?
How do I do it?
How do I know if what I did worked?
How do I decide what to do next?
First, identify, understand, analyze and define the:
Possible issues (drivers, outcomes, etc.) in the production/business process components to improve results.
Set the target GOALS to change or improve
Define WHAT you SHOULD measure
Execute/implement the plan and measure its performance.
Gather the data:
Integrity of the data?
Define WHAT you CAN measure
Implement CORRECTIVE action
PROCESS the data and COMPARE
Asses the measurements.
Compare results found to predictions and against objectives.
Verify effectiveness or ineffectiveness of the "Do," if it is ineffective go back to "Plan". i.e, Identify what is working or not?
Then report to decision makers.
Act to introduce the successful changes
Monitor the progress
Take corrective action
Build upon success and do it again (Plan, Do, Check, Act) (Next issues to address?)
Review and continual improvement.
This cycle feeds management information based on measurements and targets into an ongoing cycle of continuous improvement by completing the "feedback loop".
Thank you for your time!
In summary, the P-D-C-A (Plan-Do-Check-Act) cycle is an iterative four step problem solving process typically used in quality control.