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Evolving to Control Charts

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About This Podcast Episode

Is your data telling the right story?  The shift from simple data tables to Control Charts is more than a mere change in data representation; it’s a transformative step towards data-driven decision-making.  This progression, PMI Director Consultant Dennis Crommentuijn-Marsh explains, stems from a growing awareness of variation and its impact on our processes.

Join us for a powerful learning opportunity, as we share examples from clients around the world who have navigated the discomfort of evolving to Control Charts, and the profound insights they have revealed into their business performance.

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

• Evolving to Control Charts (01:15)
• Diagnosing the current state (03:17)
• Using Control Charts to gain insights (05:36)
• Interpreting Control Charts (08:40)
• Importance of Interpreting Data Correctly (12:05)
• Tips for Understanding the Story the Data Tells (13:43)

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