Control Charts maintain the process within control limits. There are two types of control charts; Control charts for variables such as Mean Chart and Range Chart, and Control Charts for Attributes; P-Chart and C-Chart. This video describes the Control Charts in a very interesting and detailed manner. Download the 7 QC Tools complete training eBook http://www.shakehandwithlif...... Subscribe my channel to watch upcoming videos https://www.youtube.com/sha...... Visit my website; http://shakehandwithlife.in/
All 7 quality control tools such as Process flow chart, Checksheet, Histogram, Pareto chart, Cause and effect diagram, Scatter chart, and Control charts are well explained one by one in a detailed manner to learn the concept and application of every tool in total quality management, and other continuous improvement methodologies for problem solving, quality improvement and data analytics.
7 QC Tools are known as the 7 basic quality control tools. 7 QC tools can be used to improve the product and process quality. 7 qc tools help to reduce the cost of poor quality. 7 qc tools play a vital in implementation of different continuous improvement methodologies such kaizen, Quality Control Circle, FMEA, Process Capability Analysis, SPC, FMEA, PPAP, APQP, PDCA or PDSA, lean six sigma, problem solving, lean manufacturing, etc. The 7 different quality tools are named as; Process flow chart, Check sheet, Histogram, Pareto Chart, Cause and effect diagram, Scatter chart, and control charts.
The new 7 QC tools or 7 management development tools, unlike the fundamental 7 QC tools help to analyze the qualitative data and improve the management skills. All New 7 QC Tools such as Affinity diagram, Interrelationship digraph, Tree diagram, Matrix diagram, Prioritization matrix, Process decision and program chart (PDPC) and Activity network diagram are well explained in a very detailed manner to learn the concept and application of each tool in total quality management and other continuous improvement methodology for problem solving and quality improvement.
5S Training series for lean manufacturing includes learning of Sorting (Seiri), Set in order or Systemise (Sheiton), Shine (Seiso), Standardization (Shiketsu), and Sustain (Shitsuke). This training series has the detailed videos describes each 'S' in a very easy and effective way.
Videos under descriptive statistics training series are very helpful for the students of MBA, BBA, M.Com, B.Com., C.A., B.Tech. B.Sc. and M.Sc. Statistics, Data Analytics, Data Science, and Lean Six Sigma Professionals