With top musicians and a positive, supportive environment, a great musical performance is almost guaranteed. But what happens if any of these are below par?
As for process chemistry, is your business applying statistical process chemistry correlations in an above par way? If not, there is the risk of finding and acting on spurious correlations that could cause financial losses or missed opportunities. However, tests are available to check if correlations are spurious and these can stop them from becoming a problem.
What techniques are you using and are they reliable enough? Six Sigma, Kaizen, predictive analytics…? Are you seeing too many defects, false positives or false negatives? Is process chemistry improvement too slow to meet your business objectives?
Spurious correlations can result in below par conclusions and actions. Higher risks, accumulated costs and missed opportunities for your business.
Managing these in normal times is challenging enough. Especially so now that many businesses have to cope with lower production and sales levels due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
PCA can assist in making more reliable conclusions and actions, whether as a catalyst for your existing team or, as an outsourced service. Being outside of your organisation, PCA can look at the situation more objectively. And there are many areas where PCA can assist. Some are listed below, expressed in terms of Google Autocomplete long-tail keywords:
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