Action management (PDCA)

“PDCA – PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT PDCA is the favored standard procedure for achieving the continuous or ongoing improvement required by the management system regulations in a structured and systematic way.

Action management (PDCA)

“PDCA – PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT PDCA is the favored standard procedure for achieving the continuous or ongoing improvement required by the management system regulations in a structured and systematic way.
PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT The PDCA cycle is the favored standard procedure for achieving the continuous or ongoing improvement required by the management system regulations in a structured and systematic manner; As a rule, methods for identifying opportunities, risks, deviations and potential are successfully established in companies; Examples include internal audits, complaint management, data analysis, reviews and idea management; However, there is often a lack of structured processing of the knowledge gained, especially in the implementation (DO) and effectiveness evaluation (CHECK) and almost always in the standardization of effective measures through corresponding regulations in the management system (ACT). The PDCA workflow supports the structured implementation of measures through to standardization so that the improvement is sustainable. Each completed status automatically triggers the next. Your cockpit/board shows you which measures have which status, who is responsible and what the current target date is. Integrated checklists help to remember and document all adjustments. Examples include processes, procedures, test plans, FMEA, audit checklists and IT systems.
  • What exactly is PDCA action management?
    The PDCA cycle (also known as the deming cycle) consists of four phases (PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT), which always run in the same order. The first step is to discuss the current situation and develop an implementation plan for the target situation. This is followed by the implementation phase and, in the third step, a review/effectiveness evaluation. In the final phase, the results are reflected upon and the improved processes are now considered the standard to be implemented.
  • For which companies/industries is the PDCA application suitable?
    The PDCA application is suitable for companies of all sectors and sizes that require a standard procedure to achieve the continuous or ongoing improvement required by the management system regulations in a structured and systematic manner.
  • Do I need any prior knowledge to use this template?
    It is advantageous to have basic knowledge of quality management, but the template is designed to be intuitive and easy to use with accompanying instructions.
  • Can I customize the template to my specific needs?
    Yes, our PDCA template is flexibly configurable and can be easily adapted to the specific needs and requirements of your company.
  • How does the PDCA application differ from other action management?
    The PDCA workflow supports the structured implementation of measures through to standardization so that the improvement is sustainable. Each completed status automatically triggers the next. Your cockpit/board shows you which measures have which status, who is responsible and what the current target date is. Integrated checklists help to remember and document all adjustments. Examples include processes, procedures, test plans, FMEA, audit checklists and IT systems.
  • How does the template promote teamwork?
    The PDCA cycle facilitates cooperation between all stakeholders involved by ensuring that responsibilities and target deadlines are not lost sight of and that everyone is always informed and involved accordingly.
  • Where can I get support with further questions?
    If you have any further questions or require assistance with the use of our template, please feel free to contact us using our contact form.

Screenshots of the template

Similar templates

Hooray a new employee is coming! With the MSO onboarding workflow, you ensure that everyone involved in the process, from the HR department to your IT, data protection and management, is informed and prepared;
Use the MSO training workflow, which maps the training process from recording training requirements to approval, planning, training participation, training evaluation and effectiveness assessment.
You have a cost reduction program or are planning cost reduction measures? Stay on track with MSO TRACK. Use MSO TRACK to plan, control and track measures.
Workflows and reports on occupational safety using the example of accident reporting. Simple entry in an online form with all relevant data. Automated notification and forwarding to the relevant bodies Workflow). Cross-site evaluation options, identification of accident black spots, derivation and control of immediate, corrective and preventive measures.
Jetzt beginnen
Start now

Jetzt downloaden: Action management (PDCA)

Sie nutzen bereits MSO?
Dann laden Sie hier die Konfigurationsdatei herunter und nutzen sie die praktische Vorlage in Ihrer MSO-Instanz!

Jetzt testen: Action management (PDCA)

Sie nutzen noch nicht MSO? Dann erstellen Sie hier kostenlos eine Probe-Instanz mit der gewählten Vorlage fertig vorinstalliert.