Once a process is stabilized, it can be very difficult to identify subtle shifts in output. Control charts make that identification much easier, and more importantly, much earlier.
This presentation covers the use of control charts for frontline operators. It covers:
- Why control charts are useful
- The basic principle behind control charts, explained with a hands-on demonstration
- How to update a prepared chart
- How to interpret a control chart
Please note that this class does not cover the mathematics behind preparing a control chart. It is intended to train the people who will be using a control chart prepared by a subject matter expert.
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