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El control estadístico factor clave en la gestión de calidad
Autor: Ing. Omar Andrés Goyes H

Los criterios de calidad de productos y/o servicios son considerados hoy en día como los requisitos exigidos por los clientes, convirtiéndose en un objetivo a cumplir por parte de todas los departamentos de la empresa u organización. La implementación de técnicas estadísticas permite incrementar los niveles de calidad e incrementar la rentabilidad, debido a que permite tomar decisiones para reducir costos y a un mayor grado de satisfacción del cliente; por lo anterior el control estadístico como factor clave en la gestión de calidad es claro ya que se convierte en una fuente de análisis de datos generados en los procesos, productos e inspecciones para la toma de decisiones que permite la mejora continua. Según los datos obtenidos de la encuesta respondiendo a la pregunta ¿Conoce usted si se aplica en su empresa alguna de las siguientes técnicas estadísticas de control para su análisis y toma de decisiones?, para el análisis es importante aclarar que algunas empresas implementan más de una técnica de análisis estadístico. Según los datos obtenidos se tiene que el 45,54%, 138 empresas aplican el control estadístico de procesos lo cual les permite mediar la variación de sus procesos y establecer límites de control; el control estadístico de productos y servicios con un 24,75%, 75 son empresas que se preocupan por cuales son los atributos con los cuales deben obtener sus productos o prestar sus servicios; con un 21,78% 65 empresas implementan los planes de inspección por muestreo, herramienta que permite lograr una producción de alta calidad; con un 33,33%, 100 empresas abordan la estadística desde un punto de vista investigativo para resolver problemas puntuales y por ultimo con un 13,86%, 42 empresas no utilizan ninguna técnica estadística lo cual implica para la…...

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