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Control Charts: Walter Shewhart’s Gift to Quality

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Beyond its value as a statistical tool, the Control Chart is a symbol of excellence in operational efficiency and quality management that has shaped the world of Continuous Improvement.

As we celebrate 100 years of Control Charts, PMI Director Consultant Dennis Crommentuijn-Marsh explores the history of Shewhart’s enduring legacy and gift to quality.

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Join Dennis Crommentuijn-Marsh and Susannah Clarke in the studio as they discuss Control Charts: Walter Shewhart’s Gift to Quality.  You’ll hear about:

  • Walter Shewhart’s background (01:47)
  • Invention of the control chart (03:39)
  • Shewhart’s approach and impact (05:42)
  • The role of Bonnie Small (10:40)
  • Influence of other statisticians (12:17)
  • Practical application (13:54)
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