Statistical Process Control (SPC)


 
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Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Fred Allen
According to many, Six Sigma is based on Statistical Process Control (SPC), a method of visually monitoring production processes. In Six Sigma, each business process must be measured and for this often the SPC methodology is used. Aims of SPC are: 1. Adjustment: To detect quickly when a process needs readjustment or repair. 2. Improvement: To find the most urgently needed improvement in the system itself.
 

 
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Alice
What is the difference between PPK & CPK?...
 

 
What is the difference between PPK & CPK?"
Lo.Max
PPK is measured by unknowed process, cpk is measured by stable process...
 

 
Cpk or Ppk??
Jacques-Alain TIAKO, Manager, France, Member
Cpk - It's the capability index for a stable process (the process must be in a state of statistical control). The sigma calculation is based on withi...
 

 
What is the Difference Between PPK & CPK?
Ger de Waard, Management Consultant, Netherlands, SIG Leader
In the Six Sigma quality methodology, process performance is reported to the organization as a sigma level. The higher the sigma level, the better the...
 

 
 


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