This model relates to the pdac as it is can be a

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This model relates to the PDAC as it is can be a continuous cycle until theproblem is fixed. You continue to Plan, Do, Study and Act in the PDAC. Whilethey have different words they are essentially doing the same thing.Thread:Newill ­ Week 4 #21Post:RE: Newill ­ Week 4 #21Author:Posted Date:January 11, 2016 5:10 PMStatus:Published(Post is Read)I would agree that both six sigma and PDSA are trying to achieve the sameoutcome. To me the Six Sigma process seems to be more in depth withanalyzing and then trying to improve the process by recording and monitoring.These steps help not only to identify weak links in the process but helps dosomething about it for improvement. I like how you said it is a continuousprocess. Getting a process working right is good but continually looking for waysto improve is better.Thanks for the post this week.NickNicholas CluffThread:Newill ­ Week 4 #21Post:RE: Newill ­ Week 4 #21Author:Posted Date:January 11, 2016 8:07 PMStatus:PublishedLinda Newill
2/21/2016Collection – MBA675­T303 Operations & Logistics in the (...28/28(Post is Read)Nick,I agree that the Six Sigma is more in depth. I reel the continuous process isactually what makes the process work. Without that the process would really notbe of great use other then to identify potential problems.LinOK

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