Quality Control Circle

Quality Control Circle Concepts for Six Sigma

By |2017-03-09T20:33:52+00:00March 9th, 2017|Categories: Articles, Free Resources, Quality Management, Readable Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Quality Control Circle (QCC) is a working group of few staff to contribute to the resolution of problems in the organizational quality and or improvement of the overall organization. Group's intent is to increase the staff morale with good quality product development and as well of Organization quality itself. Teams are engaged with QCC such that the staff development as well takes place with untapped potential for improvement. Quality Circle Also known as Quality circles, originated in Japan in 1962 by Mr.Kaoru Ishikawa. The Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) coordinated the movement in Japan for the QCC. Quality Control Circle In any given organization, QCC can be established upon team’s voluntary participation or through management guidance. Typically to resolve the problems or improve the organization, QCC takes advantage of 7 Quality Control tools. Seven Quality Control Tools Cause-and-effect diagrams (Ishikawa "fishbone" diagram) Process Flowcharts 80-20 Pareto charts Check sheets (Process mapping tool) Histograms (Bar charts, Pie charts) Run charts and Control [...]