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How would you define the term 'Process'?

Asked by Ktt, Last updated: Aug 24, 2021

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Markda John

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Answered Mar 19, 2018

“The definition of process control is the activity of planning and regulating a process objective of achieving the best practice”. The real definition of process control is a control range set so that every batch of a product or service falls into an acceptable quality bracket; without it, the quality wouldn’t be the same from batch to batch. Let’s face it: humans can be wildly inconsistent from batch to batch of a service or product, and some wouldn’t catch a small mistake and others miss really big mistakes in quality control.

Having a process control is more about making sure that the same defects are found, and fewer of them slip through the quality control.

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Answered Sep 18, 2017

The definition of Process Control is "The activity of planning and regulating a process objective of achieving Best Practice"
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