Unformatted text preview: development. The goal is having the chart indicate that that process is under control. It can then be used confidently to predict future trends. If an area is not considered in control, it can then be monitored and the trends can be analyzed to find the source of variations and problems. I think our company could really benefit from the use of a control chart. It may have an impact if they could see all in one place just how out of control most of our processes are. Maybe then they could stay focused on fixing current issues and trying to actually put their mission of continuous improvement into motion. Source: http://quarknet.fnal.gov/toolkits/new/histograms.html http://quarknet.fnal.gov/toolkits/new/histograms.html...
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- Spring '11
- Statistics, Bar chart, effective process control