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Commercializing Great Products with Design for Six Sigma by David W. Bacon, Randy C. Perry

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Chapter 37. Control Plans

As the product development team moves to the project implementation stage, it is critical that a solid control plan be put in place. The work necessary to understand the business proposition, Voice of the Customer, product requirements, and key variable models is of limited value if project implementation is not sustained over the long term. A good control plan has many aspects, as shown in Figure 37-1.

Figure 37-1. Control Strategy Roadmap

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Control plan development starts with the modeled input/output relationships identified earlier in the project. Input variables should be tightly monitored and controlled using automated ...

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