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    What are some of the most common indicators that an improvement is needed in a process? In the absence of such indicators, how often should processes be proactively reviewed for efficiency? Describe how you would conduct such a review.

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    The most important indicator that a process needs improvement is that the results of the process have a wide variance from the expected or planned results. For example, a CPK chart will show that a screw machine is producing a wide range of results around the expected or planned mean. This results in a high amount of scrap and rework. Possible reasons are the drills and blades are getting worn, or it could mean there is something wrong with the software ...

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