SIPOC Diagram for Six Sigma Presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

If you need to prepare Six Sigma presentations using PowerPoint 2010 or PowerPoint 2007 (now also compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 templates), you can download this free SIPOC Template for PowerPoint presentations. It is a free design and editable template that you can download to make six sigma presentations in PowerPoint.

SIPOC Diagram for PowerPoint presentations

SIPOC is a concept used in process improvement (aka COPIS) that can be used as a tool that summarizes the inputs and outputs of one or more processes in table form. The acronym SIPOC stands for suppliers, inputs, process, outputs, and customers which form the columns of the table. It was in use at least as early as the Total Quality Management programs of the late 1980 and continues to be used today in Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing.

To emphasize putting the needs of the customer foremost, the tool is sometimes called COPIS and the process information is filled in starting with the customer and working upstream to the supplier. he SIPOC is often presented at the outset of process improvement efforts such as Kaizen events or during the “define” phase of the DMAIC process. You can also download other TQM PowerPoint templates including the continuous improvement PowerPoint template.

Free SIPOC diagram

This free SIPOC diagram comes with a single slide inside the PPT template and you can edit the text inside the shape or customize the SIPOC diagram to match your organizational needs.

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SIPOC template for PowerPoint

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