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definition-Meeting

Definition:

A Process-Meeting is an SQC Sub-Process. It Is-Part-Of the SQC Defect-Prevention-Process (DPP).

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Concept Number: *119
English Master: Meeting
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: Causal Analysis Meeting [MAYS95], Process Brainstorming Meeting [GILB93]

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Process
Domain: DPP


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A Process-Meeting is held following a Specification-Meeting (After at least a short break) and is attended by the SQC participants. It lasts about 30 minutes and tries to capture grass roots insights into Defect Root-Causes, and to obtain practical Process-Improvement-Suggestions.

About ten Defects are selected. Each Defect is analyzed for just three minutes (A minute to describe the Defect, a minute to capture its possible causes and, a minute to suggest ways to prevent the Defect). The meeting is conducted in a “brainstorming” mode. Ideas are not criticized or finalized. That is left for the Process Change Management Team and their assistants to manage later.


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This Concept entered by Adore Shuko.
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Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 19:33:05 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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