A great example of process variation are clothing sizes. Ever buy the same pant style from the same brand with the same size and it DOESN’T FIT?There is a favorite Taiichi Ohno quote in continuous improvement science circles, ‘what gets measured gets done.’ During the process of making those pants, measurements are taken to ensure the predictability that the correct size is being made. A stable process is when you repeatedly receive the same size, and it FITS!This week we began to explore Statistical Process Control. That is one process utilized to help reduce variation in production and create a stable work environment.Based on your readings and course materials this week, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_OISjzuMLA&t=1s and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdj-8ZBYYmo and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHUMLtlJxGw)
what is your opinion regarding this statement:
- A stable system means that the system is efficient.
Is it true? Is it false? Provide evidence to support your position.
Response to the discussion question should be 275-300 words. Your initial post must incorporate the concepts we are covering this week that relate to our discussion and have our text and at least two scholarly/peer reviewed APA citation with in-text citations incorporated into the body of the post.