Webinar: SPC When 'Higher' or 'Lower' is Desired

The standard approach to teaching Statistical Process Control (SPC) is to teach the concepts as they were originally designed almost 100 years ago. That is, a constant target (average) is desired. However, as we teach SPC to a broader audience, many times "higher is better" or "lower is better" is desired by members of our audience. Can SPC be applied to some of these situations and how? We'll explore some more common scenarios.

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Kevin Keller
Kevin Keller

About Kevin Keller

Kevin Keller has over 35 years of industrial experience. He spent the first 20 years in the electronic materials world making high-tech circuit boards for military equipment as well as silicon wafers for the semiconductor industry. Kevin retired a few years ago from Anheuser-Busch InBev, where he served as a Master Black Belt. Kevin was responsible for Quality Systems in the manufacture of cans and lids for the beverage market. He now serves as an independent consultant for both global and local companies in Lean Six Sigma, Quality, and Quality Management. He has a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and a Masters in Applied Statistics from The Ohio State University.