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Solutions to the Springville Herald Case 91 The Springville Herald Case SH2.1 Type of Error Total Percent Copy Error 54 16.9 Layout 7 2.2 Omits 13 4.1 Paste-up 11 3.4 Poor reproduction 8 2.5 Ran-in error 30 9.4 Rate quote 13 4.1 Space not needed 7 2.2 Typesetting 53 16.6 Velox 28 8.8 Wrong ad 25 7.8 Wrong date 14 4.4 Wrong position 45 14.1 Wrong manual paste-up 5 1.6 Wrong size 6 1.9 Total 319 100.0 SH2.2 (a, b) If we are focusing on quality improvement, we would want to determine the categories which a responsible for the highest proportion of errors. Thus, a Pareto diagram would be most appropriate. Pareto Diagram 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% Copy Error Typesetting Wrong position Ran-in error Velox Wrong ad Wrong date Omits Rate quote Paste-up Poor reproduction Layout Space not needed Wrong size Wrong manual paste-up Type of Error 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
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92 Solutions to the Springville Herald Case SH 2.2 (a, b) cont. Type of Error Total Percent Cumulative Percent Copy Error 54 16.9 16.9 Typesetting 53 16.6 33.5 Wrong position 45 14.1 47.6 Ran-in error 30 9.4 57.0 Velox 28 8.8 65.8 Wrong ad 25 7.8 73.6 Wrong date 14 4.4 78.0 Omits 13 4.1 82.1 Rate quote 13 4.1 86.2 Paste-up 11 3.4 89.6 Poor reproduction 8 2.5 92.1 Layout 7 2.2 94.3 Space not needed 7 2.2 96.5 Wrong size 6 1.9 98.4 Wrong manual paste-up 5 1.6 100.0 (c) Almost half the errors are accounted for by copy error, typesetting, and wrong position. If we also include ran-in error and velox, almost two-third of the errors are included. We would suggest that reduction of these errors be focused upon if our goal is improvement in the number of errors committed. SH 2.3 The information in Table SH2.1 represents only the frequency of the different types of errors, and does not indicate the importance of each error. Thus, it would be useful to obtain information about the cost of each type of error. SH 2.4 Type of Error Amount($000) Percent Copy Error 32.6 6.1 Layout 3.0 0.6 Omits 36.5 6.8 Paste-up 59.4 11.1 Poor reproduction 13.0 2.4 Ran-in error 108.2 20.3 Rate quote 5.3 1.0 Space not needed 12.9 2.4 Typesetting 53.1 10.0 Velox 23.3 4.4 Wrong ad 53.6 10.0 Wrong date 35.9 6.7 Wrong position 74.9 14.0 Wrong manual paste-up 16.5 3.1 Wrong size 5.3 1.0 Total 533.5 100.0
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Solutions to the Springville Herald Case 93 SH2.5 (a) Type of Error Amount($000) Percent Cumulative % Ran-in error 108.2 20.3 20.3 Wrong position 74.9 14.0 34.3 Paste-up 59.4 11.1 45.4 Wrong ad 53.6 10.0 55.4 Typesetting 53.1 10.0 65.4 Omits 36.5 6.8 72.2 Wrong date 35.9 6.7 78.9 Copy Error 32.6 6.1 85.0 Velox 23.3 4.4 89.4 Wrong manual paste-up 16.5 3.1 92.5 Poor reproduction 13.0 2.4 94.9 Space not needed 12.9 2.4 97.3 Rate quote 5.3 1.0 98.3 Wrong size 5.3 1.0 99.3 Layout 3.0 0.6 99.9 (b) If we are focusing on quality improvement, we would want to determine the categories which are responsible for the highest amount of errors. Thus, a Pareto diagram would be most appropriate. (c) The category that is causing the largest amount of errors is ran-in error. The five most important categories ran-in error, wrong position, paste-up, wrong ad, and typesetting account for almost two-thirds of the total amount of errors.
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