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Jonathan CudoJun 26, 2020#Reply "Adrian - Do you agree or disagree with the best application of the tool? WhyI don't agree with the application of this particular tool because of the inherent design of it to omit 80% of the information. I know it doesn'tnecessarily omit the information in the sense that it is not there, but it does put emphasis on it to not account for it. Some cons of the chart include butare not limited to: This is highly dependent on the way one categorizes issues and also on the accuracy of the categorizationIt only takes into account occurrences, not necessarily risks and costs associated with it – though there are variations which include these factorsDo you think another tool is better for the application?In terms of looking at high-level issues and only high-level issues, the Pareto Chart does do a decent job but I also think a histogram with a trend linedoes a similar job while still showing the outliers of your selected data and also reflecting a trendline similar to what we have seen in the newsregarding the COVID-19 numbers. Experience using the selected tool.I have used this tool in my job as a Project Coordinator for the construction company I work for when looking at streams that we need to borethrough. At a high-level look, we can see which road crossings still need to be worked on and sometimes there can be over 100 road crossings in asingle job so high-level summaries and visuals can be helpful. -JC Kevin CarrJun 27, 2020"You have identified an important point that I am thinking related to the change in customer expectations through generations. Some of the historicTQM tools are based upon customers accepting products with a lower quality expectation. There may be services and products with an 80%acceptance rate that meet customer expectations. The United States used to have a reputation of low quality that drove the first Dr Demmingimprovements implemented in Japan that were used in today's Six Sigma standards.#Reply ThanksKevinEdgar XiongJun 26, 2020#Reply "Analyze your assigned tool and provide a detailed statement of the history, steps to use the tool, and best application of the tool. Include the benefits anddrawbacks of your assigned tool.Statistical Process Control ChartWhat is a Statistical Process Control Chart?A Statistical Process Control Chart displays changes that occur over time. This specific type of chart is often used when there is a process that needs tobe studied over a period of time. Certain experiments and manufacturing quality control are some of the best applications of this tool. Three key detailsthat the statistical process chart shows is the upper control limit, an average central line, and a lower control limit.HistoryDr. Walter Shewhart, who worked for Western Electric, realized that the quality control at the company was rather limited and lacking, only byinspecting finished products and removing the defective ones. Dr. Shewhart then utilized statistical techniques and data to control and mitigate

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