Pre-Control is easier than SPC! With no control limits to calculate and go/no go colored zones, this control tool can rapidly help to reduce process variation. Participants will observe a modeled session that both develops and runs a Pre-Control chart.
Case study results will be shared. Participants will walk away with practical knowledge that they can immediately apply
Why should you Attend:
Formal SPC requires the calculation of limits and constant assessment for control. If a business is not yet “on-line” electronically with their charts, SPC charts can be difficult to efficiently execute in a process environment. Pre-Control is a color-coded format which uses specification limits which operators can relate to. They use simple levels of “go and no go” based on where the data falls.
Participants will see how to draft and create a Pre-Control chart. A sample process will be “run” in which the next step decisions will be modeled. This session will leave people motivated with a plan of how to reduce system complexity while improving upon the efficiency and effectiveness of their quality management system.
Note: This session has consistently ranked in the top 1-5% at previous conferences at more than 5 venues. It was featured in ASQ QMD's special edition of the Quality Management Forum's 2015 Spring edition. ASQ-QM.org. A Webinar of this topic was provided in 2015 via the ASQ QMD Linkage Technical Committee to >1300 respondents through the IMA and ASQ QMD
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Jd Marhevko has served as Vice President of Quality and Lean for Accuride Corporation since April 2012, having joined the company as Vice President, Quality in January 2012. She has been involved in Operations and Quality/Lean/Six Sigma efforts across a variety of industries for more than 25 years. Extensively experienced in developing cost-effective and value-added quality and lean systems enterprise-wide, Marhevko has an impressive track record of success in aligning goals to drive process improvement and productivity.