Session 7 - Control Charts - Operations Supply Chain Management Fall 2015 Session 07 Statistical Process Control Learning Objectives ,youwillbeableto

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8/30/2015 1 Operations & Supply Chain Management – Fall 2015 Session 07: Statistical Process Control After going through this lecture, you will be able to, Understand the concept of Statistical Process Control (SPC) Determine the Upper and Lower Control Limits of a statistical process Construct Control Chart for Mean and Range Construct a Percentage or p chart Construct a Attribute or c chart Learning Objectives
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8/30/2015 2 Quality control is concerned with the quality of conformance of a process Does the output of a process conform to the desired intent? Monitoring and controlling a process ensures that it operates at its full potential SPC can be defined as the statistical evaluation of the output of a process and helps to decide if a process is “in control” or if corrective action is needed Statistical process control is used to evaluate the output of a process to determine if it is acceptable Statistical Process Control Population: all possible measurements or outcomes that are of interest in a particular study Example: All MBA students in NCR region Sample:
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