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Also known as quality management tools, quality assurance template, or 7 Basic Tools of Quality
The seven basic tools of quality
Use your Pareto Chart template (Pareto.xlsx)
to identify the 20% of root causes for 80% of your problems,
so you know where to focus your continuous improvement efforts.
Easily enter or import either horizontal or vertical data.
Simply click the Copy Chart button to copy a picture of your chart to the clipboard where it can then be easily pasted to ANY other type of document.
(such as Word, PowerPoint, Visio, etc.)
Use a histogram to graphically illustrate the probability distribution of something happening.
And to determine whether or not your data fits a normal distribution.
And to determine whether or not your process is capable of meeting your specifications.
Use a Scatter Plot Diagram to analyze the relationship between two sets of data.
For example, the relationship between the inputs to a process and the resulting outputs from that process.
One common use of a scatter diagram is the Stratification Diagram to make patterns visible when data is coming from a wide variety of sources.
Another is to attempt to evaluate whether there might be a correlation between the two sets of data.
Your Systems2win templates empower you with several different types of flow chart templates, including:
Use your Check Sheet template (CheckSheet.xlsx)
to gather data when it happens where it happens — using hand written hash check marks.
Once your data is gathered -
you will usually want to summarize and analyze it
using your Trends Scorecard (Trends.xlsx)
which is designed to be very easily personalized using everything you know about familiar Microsoft Excel.
Your Control Chart template (ControlChart..xlsx)
allows you to choose between 3 special types of run chart
to determine whether a process is in a stable state of control.
An unstable process that is statistically out of control will exhibit patterns of variation (which will be highlighted in red) — to be investigated for possible 'special causes' — which should be systematically eliminated, so that the process becomes more and more stable.
aka Cause and Effect Diagram, Ishikawa Fishbone Diagram
Root Cause templates
And when the cause and effect analysis session is over, everyone (including the leader) can get right back to work — because everything is perfectly organized and ready to email to all team members, and to store electronically for future reference.
In addition to the seven basic tools of quality,
Use your Tool Selection Matrix (1ToolSelection.xlsx)
to see all 150+ tools, and to use Excel's powerful Filter features to select the right tool for whatever you need to do next
If your organization has not yet provided you with a license,
you can download your free trial now
As soon as you complete the New User Training,
you will know how to use many features that are common to every one of your 150+ Systems2win templates.
You will leverage the value you squeeze from your quality improvement tools
Empower every one of your team members
with these seven basic quality tools
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