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The Four Step Management Method is a kind of improvement tool used in businesses for control and improvement of various processes starting from manufacturing, to sales and customer relationship as well as for the products and services that the firm provides. It is often called as PDCA, which is an abbreviation of Plan-Do-Check-Act or Plan-Do-Check-Adjust. The other names for it include - Deming Circle/Cycle/Wheel; Shewhart Cycle; Control Circle/Cycle; and PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act).
'Plan' - the first step of the method involves planning and setting objectives and processes for getting the expected results. 'Do' - the second step is to implement whatever plans are set in order to get the results. 'Check' - this step involves checking if the plans and execution of the plans are really working. 'Act' - the fourth step is to make sure that all the other steps are going well. And in case, things are not up to the mark, their causes are analyzed and corrective actions are taken to bring the improvement.