Wake up and behold the power of SPC

Few quality tools are as powerful, as simple and as poorly deployed as statistical process control (SPC). Developed by Walter Shewhart in the 1920s, SPC is one of the first quality tools promoted by W. Edwards Deming and other proponents of quality science in the 1930s. SPC then helped win the industrialization battle of World War II by using quality data to improve manufacturing processes in real time.

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