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Hi, guys. Welcome to measure phase measure Tollgate. I'm Catherine MacGyver, and today you're going to be able to identify the measure. Toll Gates,
Congratulations. Your project team is ready to move on. You are completing your second phase of your dough make project. And in order to say that you have completed that, you're going to be able to identify what is the baseline measurement and even more specifically than what is the baseline measurement?
How do we as an organization know if we are happy or sad
with a the process where it is today and be where the projects will the process is going to be at the completion of the project. So when we talk about happier, sad, that's gonna actually relate back to our problems statement and our objective statement in our defining phase with our Project charter
And then how do we know if we are is going to come back to her data collection plan, So we're going to have a methodology.
We're going to take our baseline measurement, and then we know that as we come to our control phase of the end of our project and we re measure it, we're going to say yes, we are on track with where we want to be with our objective statement or nowhere. Not. We need to go back to the drawing board. So we're gonna have a baseline measurement.
We're going to have a data collection plan that is repeatable and reproducible.
So not just me.
Today it's 68.
Tomorrow it's 72. Um so remember, repeatable reproducible,
you're going tohave the proposed independent and dependent variable. So if you think back to our y equals f of X module talking about what it is that our drivers, if you as we're going through our goals of our data collection plan and as we're monitoring
our data collection plan and asking ourselves, does this meet our goals? This is where we're going to tease out our independent and are dependent variables.
You will also, at the end of your measure phase, be able to calculate your d p m o or your defects per 1,000,000 opportunities and your baseline signal level. So if you think back early on and we were talking about how do you define six signal? What is it?
It relates back to your defects or the number of instances that are outside of your customer expectation.
This is the first place in lean six Sigma that you're actually going to use DPM Oh, yield rate or Sigma level.
So when we're wrapping up our measure tollgate summary, your team and your facilitator are going to be able to tell your project sponsor What are the drivers of the process to these independent and dependent variables? How are we going to measure them? So our data collection plan in our methodology and how do we know that the measurement system is reliable?
So that gives us credibility and confidence in the
The conclusions that we draw in our analyzed phase are, in fact, based in accurate data. So those are it for measure toll Gates. Congratulations on finishing the measure of phase. We are going to start analyzed next. Thanks, guys.

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