Efficient and effective
leaders use statistical process control (spc)
statistical process control (spc).
Adams Associates can help you understand that statistical process control (spc) involves more than just using a variety of control charts. According to Shewhart, acknowledged father of control charts: "A phenomenon will be said to be controlled, when through the use of past experience, we can predict, at least within limits, how the phenomenon may be expected to behave in the future." Statistical process control (spc) is concerned with operating on target with minimum variance. Six sigma plus uses statistical process control (spc) and control charts in a variety of ways in the measure, analyze, improve and control sequence. Six sigma plus performance assures there will be less than 3.4 defects per million opportunities even if the mean shifts 1.5 standard deviation.
Statistical process control (spc) is used to drive action. Inappropriate action can make a situation worse. Knowing who is responsible for what kind of action is one of the key objectives of statistical process control (spc).
In statistical process control (spc) there are a number of different control charts each of which performs best for a particular kind of data. Learn the basics of total quality management (tqm) and apply the right control chart for the situation. Control charts used in statistical process control (spc) include:
Learn when to use each type of control chart, how to interpret them and use statistical process control (spc) to achieve world class performance.
Design of experiments can often speed the improvement or optimization process in major steps while statistical process control (spc) and control charts assure that the gains that have be made are not lost while continuing incremental improvement.
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