To improve a business process, it must be measurable. The key to that measurement is a reliable and accurate measurement system, including instruments, gauges, standards, procedures, personnel, the environment, and the assumptions used to quantify a measurement.
Use Measurement System Analysis (MSA), a study that evaluates a measurement system for a critical-to-quality characteristic in an improvement project, and Gauge Repeatability & Reproducibility (GR&R) studies to quantify the precision of a measurement system to help you determine if your process measurement system is reliable and accurate.
Learn about Measurement System Analysis (MSA), a study that examines a measurement system for a critical-to-quality characteristic in an improvement project, and Gauge Repeatability & Reproducibility (GR&R) studies, used to quantify a measurement system’s precision.research.
Examine real-world examples to understand how project teams use MSA and GR&R to support process improvement initiatives.
Quality Engineers and Managers
Process Improvement Professionals from TQM, Lean, Six Sigma, Agile, etc
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt / Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Appreciate the purpose and importance of Measurement System Analysis in Metrology
Measures/Metrics used to evaluate any Measurement System
Setup, Perform, Analyze and Interpret Gage R&R studies
Detailed Case Study with hands-on data for ANOVA method Gage R&R and Kappa Method Gage R&R
Detailed step-by-step instructions on performing MSA using Minitab
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