Chapter 5

Process Control

Standard daily management creates a reference point from which continuous improvement can be based. Standard daily management can lead to greater process control, reduction in variability, improved quality and flexibility, stability (i.e. predictable outcomes), visibility of abnormalities, clear expectations and a platform for individual and organizational learning.

The Shingo Model for Operational Excellence

Process Control

Process control is one of the most important but often neglected activities in manufacturing today. It’s sometimes tedious, boring and time-consuming, but it’s vital to the long-term health and integrity of a process. It’s a way to ensure work accomplished and improvements implemented are sustained ...

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