Statistical Problem Solving

What is Statistical Problem Solving ?

Statistical problem solving is the art of solving quality problems using statistical quality control to achieve quality production, management and control. Uses specific tools that help companies and organizations make the right quality decisions. During this process, quality problems are identified in the production process as well as in the product itself. Statistical problem solving does involve Statistical Process Control (SPC) which is a random sample inspection of the output from a process and determines the ultimate decision as to whether the process is producing products with characteristics that fall within a predetermined range. Serves as a means through which acceptance sampling is done in the process of randomly inspecting a sample of goods and then deciding whether to accept the entire lot based on the results. Ultimately, it determines whether a batch of goods should be accepted or rejected.

Benefits of Statistical Problem Solving

  •  Meeting of the needs and expectations of customers.
  • Every part of an organization or company is important and therefore statistical problem solving ensures that every part of an organization is covered and issues arising from the same are taken care of in order to ensure success for the company or organization.
  • Every person in the company is very important for the success of the organization and statistical problem solving ensures that every person is included in the efforts of trying to bring success to a particular organization or company.
  • Ensures the examination of all costs which are related to quality within any organization or company. Statistical problem solving ensures that things are gotten right the first time and thus ensuring the designing of quality rather than inspecting it. Statistical problem solving brings about the development of systems and procedures which support quality and improvement.
  • Benefits companies and organizations through the development of continuous process or improvement.
  • Cultivates within organizations as a philosophy that is fully geared towards meeting the needs and expectations towards meeting the needs and expectations of the customers.
  • Helps organizations and businesses to move away from the focus of quality being strictly operations and tries to refocus upon the whole organization as a unit of quality.
  • Helps organizations and businesses to screen out defects on products before the customer notices them.
  • Widens the responsibility to include functions other than direct operations.
  • Recognize quality as a society issue as well as an organizational one.

Our approach

QSE adopts a “Ten Step Approach” to Implementation. This approach, designed and perfected by QSE, addresses each facet in an easy to implement manner. Tools merge with each other seamlessly and so effortlessly that the end product is a top-notch quality.