OKMD Model
OKMD model
OKMD (Ontology-based Knowledge Management process for DMAIC) model is an integrated conceptual model that combines activities of DMAIC process, knowledge management and ontology engineering. The ultimate goal of OKMD model is to construct a knowledge base to accumulate and share knowledge created by DMAIC improvement process. Knowledge available should be represented by existing Ontologies. Thereby, knowledge resource of DMAIC improvement process will be preserved and reused sustainably.
 

Activities of DMAIC process are planned and deployed step by step according to the recommended Six Sigma guideline (Kifor & Baral, 2013), Gate Review sessions are arranged by the project participants recommended in (ISO13053-1, 2011) and tools and techniques proposed in (ISO13053-2, 2011). These activities provide opportunities to generate new knowledge that is then accumulated and reused in the during DMAIC process execution. The activities of knowledge management  involving Knowledge Creation/Acquisition, Knowledge Structure & Storage, Knowledge Protection, and Knowledge Application (Gold, Albert, & Arvind, 2001) are executed continuously within each of five DMAIC steps consisting of Define, Measure, Analysis, Improve, and Control.  Read more

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Integrating Knowledge management with DMAIC process
 
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