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Optimize Your Process for Continual Improvement

KaiNexus’ Greg Jacobson introduces us to process control charts to optimize your manufacturing processes and outcomes. Here are my key insights from his piece.


  • Use process control charts (graphs or charts that relay process or management data as part of a time-ordered sequence) to monitor your process mean (the center line) and control limits (deviations above and below average)
  • Data analysis should show your process working stably with only common cause variation during normal operation
  • But you can also react to data signals that fall outside the control limits to determine the behavior/problem that caused them, before your process goes out of control


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