Summary of Siete herramientas básicas de la calidad

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This YouTube video discusses seven basic quality management tools. These include flow charting, stratification, jigawa diagrams, bar charting, pie charting, and scatter plots. The video explains how each tool can be used to help identify and solve quality issues.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, seven basic quality tools are discussed. These tools are: flow charting, stratification, jigawa diagrams,bar charting, pie charting, and scatter plots. Flow charting is used to identify processes and connections between various departments, while stratification is used to group data. Jigawa diagrams are used to visualize relationships between variables, and bar charting and pie charting are used to display the percentage of variation in a particular category. Scatter plots can be used to identify patterns in data.
  • 00:05:00 The three basic quality tools are ichikawa diagrams, also known as Ishikawa diagrams or fishbone diagrams, flow charts, and checklists. The ichikawa diagram is a graphical way of representing the set of possible causes that could lead to a problem studied or influencing a certain quality characteristic. The three basic types of Chicago diagrams are the ichikawa, the ética agua, and the flow chart. The ichikawa diagram is the most commonly used, and it focuses on the middle spine in the fishbone diagram. The ética agua diagram is similar to the ichikawa, but it focuses on the water flow instead of the spine. The flow chart is the most recent of the three and it focuses on the sequence of events throughout a process. The third method of diagramming ethics water is the stratification or numbering of chaos method. This diagram is constructed through the method of streamlining through the use of floods of ideas. The main line in the Chicago diagram follows the normal sequence of the process, and it records the problem analyzed as well as the main stages of the process and the factors that could impact the problem. It is important to have the problem outlined with a main
  • 00:10:00 The video "Siete herramientas básicas de la calidad" covers the use of the quality check sheet in process production. Some of the uses of the sheet include verifying the distribution of production processes and creating a process flow diagram. Checking for defects is one of the tasks on the sheet. Other tasks include representing the location of defects on a particular piece of equipment, and ensuring that all planned activities have been carried out. A quality check sheet is simply a form that you adapt to the data you want to collect or the data you want to follow. It is constantly being updated. Number 4 on the graphic control chart is shown below. I will leave the link for you to watch the entire video on these types of graphs. General graphic charts are useful for viewing the trend of a process that is normally being carried out. This graphic allows us to identify the problem before it becomes worse. Other tools work by reaction. Work done by administration with action resembles more those of a number than a graph that goes from one side to the other, trying to put out fires. Number 6 is the seismogram. I have three videos on my YouTube channel about programing. In this video, I will explain what a program
  • 00:15:00 The video describes seven basic tools for quality management, and explains that 80% of the effect comes from only 20% of problems. Vilfredo Pareto developed this diagram, which states that 80% of the wealth is distributed among 20% of the population. This is often applied to business organizations, where Pareto's theory states that 80% of the causes are responsible for 80% of the problems. This diagram is very effective in management systems, and if you are interested in learning more about quality management, be sure to subscribe to this channel and leave a like. Additionally, you will find more important content in a quality management system, which I am developing. This course will interest you and help you apply theory and practice in any system of quality management. Subscribe now and leave a comment to let me know what you think.

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