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Quality Improvement & Control

How Do You Improve and Control Quality?

Quality improvement and control is a systematic, formal approach to the analysis of performance and efforts to improve and control performance. A variety of approaches—or QI models—can be employed to develop and analyze the effectiveness of quality improvement efforts.
Quality improvement and control initiatives can help you,
  • Identify potential causes of variation.
  • Identify which potential factors are most impacting quality.
  • Optimize inputs to achieve the performance and results you want.
My methods are designed to bring about measurable improvements.
Discover useful patterns in large and small datasets. I create knowledge and inform decisions!
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Plan, Do, Study, and Act!

Standardized methods for quality improvement have been around for decades. The Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) and Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control (DMAIC) processes provide the underlying framework. Experimental design methods show us how to collect data to answer questions.


Get a Quality Improvement Assessment

Understanding and properly implementing a quality improvement and control effort is necessary to drive out uncertainty, accidents and defects. A quality improvement assessment can improve profit, efficiency, quality, safety, and outcomes. I am knowledgeable and experienced in the methods used to affect improvements in quality and process control.

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Mark McFarland, P.E., D.F.E., is the founder and CEO of Discovery Engineering.
Mr. McFarland is a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer, a Board Certified Forensic Engineer, and a statistician. His expertise in engineering and applied research is recognized by legal, insurance, industry, and government clients.
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