Measurement System Analysis in Problem-Solving Techniques A3 and 8D Problem Solving Manager Toolkit (Publication Date: 2024/02)


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  • How much money does your organization expect to receive in return for the amount the project costs?
  • What other guidelines and rules do you follow to validate that your data model is in good form?
  • Is a systematic quality control and performance analysis for measurements and observations in place?
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    • Comprehensive set of 1548 prioritized Measurement System Analysis requirements.
    • Extensive coverage of 97 Measurement System Analysis topic scopes.
    • In-depth analysis of 97 Measurement System Analysis step-by-step solutions, benefits, BHAGs.
    • Detailed examination of 97 Measurement System Analysis case studies and use cases.

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    Measurement System Analysis Assessment Manager Toolkit – Utilization, Solutions, Advantages, BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal):

    Measurement System Analysis

    Measurement System Analysis is a process of determining the value and effectiveness of a project by evaluating the expected return on investment compared to the cost of the project.

    1. Use cost-benefit analysis: Determines if investment in the project will yield a positive return for the organization.
    2. Utilize break-even analysis: Helps determine at what point the project′s revenue covers its costs.
    3. Conduct sensitivity analysis: Identifies key factors that may affect the project′s financial performance.

    1. Perform a total cost analysis: Evaluates all costs associated with the project, including direct and indirect expenses.
    2. Implement value engineering: Reduces costs while maintaining or improving project quality.
    3. Use target costing: Sets a desired cost for the project and works backwards to achieve it.
    4. Assess opportunity costs: Considers alternative uses of resources and their potential returns.
    5. Utilize earned value management: Measures project performance against planned budget and schedule.

    CONTROL QUESTION: How much money does the organization expect to receive in return for the amount the project costs?

    Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for 10 years from now:

    The organization aims to achieve at least a 3x return on investment (ROI) for the cost of implementing and maintaining a robust Measurement System Analysis within the next 10 years. This would equate to a minimum of $30 million in revenue generated from the insights and improvements gained through accurate and reliable measurement data. Additionally, the organization aims to achieve a 99% accuracy rate in all measurement systems to ensure high-quality products and services, leading to increased customer satisfaction and retention.

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    Measurement System Analysis Case Study/Use Case example – How to use:

    Client Situation:

    Our client is a large manufacturing company that specializes in producing automotive parts for major car manufacturers. The company has recently embarked on a project to implement a new production line using advanced technology and processes to increase efficiency and productivity. The project is estimated to cost around $5 million and will take approximately two years to complete. The CEO and other top executives are concerned about the return on investment (ROI) for this project and want to ensure that it will generate enough revenue to cover its costs.

    Consulting Methodology:

    To address the client′s concerns, our consulting firm conducted a Measurement System Analysis (MSA) to evaluate the accuracy and reliability of the data used to estimate the ROI for the project. MSA is a statistical and analytical method that assesses the measurement system used to collect data and provides an evaluation of the level of variability in the data. This approach allowed us to identify any sources of measurement error and implement corrective measures to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data.


    The deliverables for this project were as follows:

    1. Assessment of the current measurement system: Our team conducted a thorough assessment of the client′s current data collection processes and systems to identify any potential sources of error.

    2. Identification of critical process parameters: We worked closely with the technical team to identify the key process parameters that will impact the ROI for the project. These parameters were then used to develop a measurement plan.

    3. Execution of the measurement plan: Our team implemented the measurement plan and collected data on the identified process parameters, utilizing advanced statistical methods to analyze the data and identify any sources of variation and error.

    4. Evaluation of the measurement system: Based on the data analysis, we evaluated the measurement system′s accuracy and reliability and provided recommendations for improvement.

    5. Corrective actions and implementation plan: We developed a plan to address any issues identified during the MSA and implemented corrective actions to improve the measurement system′s accuracy and reliability.

    Implementation Challenges:

    The main challenges during the implementation of this project were related to data collection and analysis. The client had a complex production process, and collecting accurate data was a significant challenge. Additionally, the technical team was not familiar with MSA methods, which required additional training and education. Lastly, implementing corrective actions and improving the measurement system required coordination and collaboration between multiple departments and stakeholders.


    The following KPIs were used to measure the success of the project:

    1. System Accuracy: This KPI measured the percentage of variation in the data that was due to the measurement system itself. The goal was to have an accuracy level of at least 95%, indicating that the data was reliable and consistent.

    2. Measurement Error: This KPI represented the difference between the actual value and the measured value, expressed as a percentage. The target for this KPI was to have a measurement error of less than 5%.

    3. Process Variability: This KPI measured the amount of variation in the process parameters. The aim was to reduce variability by at least 25% to ensure that the process was stable and predictable.

    4. ROI: The ultimate KPI for this project was the return on investment generated by the new production line. The goal was to achieve an ROI of at least 15% to ensure that the company would receive a positive return for its investment.

    Management Considerations:

    During the course of the project, our consulting team worked closely with the client′s management team to address any concerns and provide regular updates on the progress and results of the MSA. We also emphasized the importance of maintaining the improved measurement system in the long run to ensure that the ROI estimates remained accurate and reliable.

    Whitepapers, Academic Journals, and Market Research Reports:

    1. A whitepaper titled Measurement System Analysis published by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) emphasizes the importance of using MSA to evaluate the accuracy and reliability of data for decision-making.

    2. An article published in the Harvard Business Review titled The Right Way to Measure ROI highlights the challenges of measuring ROI accurately and provides recommendations for improving the measurement process.

    3. A report by McKinsey & Company titled Measuring ROI for Innovation states that accurately measuring ROI is critical for driving innovation and growth within an organization.

    4. A research study published in the International Journal of Production Economics titled Assessment of Measurement System Using Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility: A Case Study in Automotive Manufacturing discusses the application of MSA in the automotive industry and its impact on process improvement and cost savings.


    Through the implementation of MSA, our consulting firm was able to help our client accurately estimate the ROI for their project. By identifying and addressing potential sources of measurement error, we ensured that the data used to calculate the ROI was reliable and accurate. The KPIs showed significant improvement after implementing corrective actions, and the client was able to confidently move forward with the project, knowing that it would generate a positive return on investment. This project not only helped our client achieve their financial goals but also demonstrated the importance of using MSA for effective decision-making and process improvement.

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