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In an early project during the quality program, an improvement team in a woolen mill doubled the productivity of the loom shop. They wanted to do something to publicize this, and used Is-Is Not Analysis, as in Fig , to help them clarify what they wanted to do and to identify actions.



Fig 1. Example Table


Other examples

  • A building administrator implements a system for booking rooms, using a table showing rooms against times when they are available. The booker and their charge code are written into a booked slot.
  • A team of architects use a table to compare the tensile attributes of a set of proposed structural elements. Elements that are weak in several attributes are rejected.
  • A forge team, looking for how to measure their processes, draws a table of key processes against critical success factors for the business.



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