Project Storyboard Template. Visit GoLeanSixSigma.com for more Lean Six Sigma Resources. Executive Summary. Project Start:. Project End:. Project Wins Improved <primary metric> from _____ to _____ <Describe project’s impact – client experience, efficiency, employee, financial>
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Insert Charts Here
Primary metric before & after
Root Cause Analysis
For example: Control Chart (split before & after) or box plot.
Your goal here is to communicate a concise “story” of what you accomplished and learned from the Define phase as you focused your project on key goals.
Think about the following elements of Define for your project:
Your goal here is to communicate what you accomplished and learned from the Measure phase, when you created a baseline understanding of the process performance.
Questions to ask:
State conclusions here.
Your goal here is to communicate key learnings from the Analyze phase, as you determined root cause.
Review your list of possible X’s for your Black Belt project. Write at least one hypothesis statement including a null hypothesis and an alternate hypothesis.
State conclusions here.
Your goal here is to communicate a concise story of what you accomplished and learned from the Improvephase.
Baseline Data Chart
Improvement Data Chart
Your goal here is to communicate what you accomplished and learned from the Control Phase, as you transitioned your solution to the day-to-day business operation.
Answer the following questions where applicable:
Answer the following questions where applicable to apply preventive planning:
How can the benefits derived from this project be translated to other processes or groups in the company?
Document any lessons learned from your Six Sigma improvement project experience.
Include in the appendix any supporting documentation, process maps, data charts that you may use in your panel review to respond to questions or provide evidence of tool applications.