Statistical Process Control A Pragmatic Approach
People with minimal math skills, and even those with advanced math skills, have difficulty grasping the intuitive concepts behind Statistical Process Control (SPC). Many practitioners do not understand the concepts behind Control Charts, the differences of out of control and out of specification, and the process variation on Control Charts. This book will explain these concepts by using a simple methodology that will bring a much greater level of understanding to those that use it by providing a detailed description of the method, using common language, real-world examples to illustrate the concept, and instructions on easy implementation.
Definitions. Why SPC? A Brief History. Variation in the Real World. War Stories. A Teaching Methodology that Works. Now What? Problems with Solutions. If it Isn’t Broke…Don’t Fix It!