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Dynamic Process Improvement or DPI is a new process improvement methodology designed to eradicate chronic root causes of process variation and waste

Dynamic Process Improvement or DPI is a new process improvement methodology designed to eradicate chronic root causes of process variation and waste

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Dpi dynamic process improvement

  1. 1. WHAT IS DPI A new problem solving process designed to resolve and eradicate the root causes of process variation and waste
  2. 2. 3 REQUIRED ELEMENTS 1. Self-directed Work Teams 2. Dynamic problem solving process 3. Visual Management
  3. 3. SELF-DIRECTED WORK TEAMS Developing an organization of a Self-directed team at each key process step provides process step ownership with the responsibility of continuous improvement.
  4. 4. DYNAMIC PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS With a dynamic problem solving process the Self-directed teams are trained to correctly define the problem, provide a current measure and target, identify the key input variables utilizing an IPO (Input, Process, Output) diagram, provide solutions for the root causes of these key input variables, create standard work, and sustain the results
  5. 5. VISUAL MANAGEMENT At each of the key process steps, owned by a Self-directed team, there must be a standard three sided board. The first side used to "dig out" the problems and root causes by recording hourly process outputs. A target is set for these pitches and if not met then the reason is recorded, a Pareto is established, and a matrix provided for the time of day the pitches are not met. The second side is used to record the process of Dynamic Problem Solving, and the third side for sustaining the results by measuring and monitoring the progress of the resulting standard work (TWI recommended).

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