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The PDCA cycle have been widely applied to a variety of processes and industries: running manufacturing plants, restaurants, projects, services, and so on. PDCA is a popular problem-solving technique in total quality management which had also been successfully used in Toyota's production system in 1960s.

The Use Cases of PDCA cycle

  • Explore and understand the effects of different solutions in a controlled environment

  • Minimize waste through small-scale testing prior to full implementation

  • Test different approaches to the improvement process to find out what works for the organization

What is PDCA Cycle?

The PDCA cycle is a way to perform continuous improvement activities. It stands for Plan - Do - Check - Act known as the Deming cycle or the Shewhart cycle. The four steps of PDCA cycle (or Deming wheel) are:

  1. Plan: identify and document opportunities; analyze existing problems; plan changes and steps you will take to address your findings and problems

  2. Do: implement the solution (ideally on a small or controlled test bed). Write down your observations and findings

  3. Check (Study): study what you find and observe during the "test" phase, and modify the steps as needed

  4. Act (Action): implement or improve the process.

PDCA is also a never-ending cycle of improvement, rooted in the way a company or organization improves its products, services, or processes, which requires the long-term dedication and tolerance of those involved. PDCA is a difficult, often incremental process that can feel too slow and unbearable.

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