Quality dashboard showing total defects open defects checklist outcome


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SlideTeam brings to you its totally editable and user-friendly quality dashboard showing total defects checklist outcome. This set of predesigned slides has been designed in such a manner that you can change the font style, font color and font size, etc. of the text used in the slides. After you download the PPT it can be viewed in standard size display ratio of 4:3 or widescreen display ratio of 16:9. The business template is very easy to use as it is compatible with Google Slides.

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The image presents a "Quality Dashboard Showing Total Defects Open..." as part of a presentation designed for tracking and analyzing quality-related issues within an organization. This comprehensive dashboard includes various graphs and charts, each focusing on a different aspect of quality management. Many of the text elements within the dashboard are labeled as "Text Here," indicating that they are customizable templates intended to be populated with specific data, allowing for flexibility in tailoring the content to meet specific presentation needs.

Starting from the top left, the "Total Defects by Source" pie chart provides a visual breakdown of the origin of defects, expressed as percentages. Customizable legend entries allow for detailed identification of defect sources. Moving to the right, the "Open Defects by Trade" pie chart appears to analyze defects across different trades or job functions. The "Defect Count by Responsible (Top 10)" bar chart on the right suggests a ranking of defect counts associated with individual or departmental responsibilities.

Further down, the "Avg Days to Close (Top 10)" horizontal bar chart likely measures the efficiency of defect resolution by displaying the average time taken to close issues. The "Checklist Outcomes" pie chart is likely used to visualize pass/fail rates or compliance with standards. Lastly, the "Total Defects by Open Closed" pie chart offers a simple visual representation of the proportion of open defects compared to closed defects.

This template serves as an informative tool for monitoring and improving processes, ensuring compliance, and effectively presenting data. It offers the advantage of auto-updating with data from Excel, making it a dynamic and efficient resource for presentations.

Use Cases:

These quality-related slides are relevant to a wide range of industries that prioritize quality control and process optimization, including:

1. Manufacturing:

Use: Tracking defects in production lines.

Presenter: Quality Assurance Manager.

Audience: Production Team Leads and Workers.

2. Construction:

Use: Monitoring project defects and responsible trades.

Presenter: Project Manager.

Audience: Contractors and Subcontractors.

3. Software Development:

Use: Analyzing bug reports and fix timelines.

Presenter: Lead Developer or QA Lead.

Audience: Development Team.

4. Healthcare:

Use: Managing patient care quality and safety issues.

Presenter: Hospital Administrator.

Audience: Medical Staff and Department Heads.

5. Automotive:

Use: Assessing defects in vehicle parts or the assembly process.

Presenter: Quality Control Supervisor.

Audience: Engineers and Assembly Line Workers.

6. Food and Beverage:

Use: Ensuring quality standards in food production.

Presenter: Quality Assurance Coordinator.

Audience: Food Processing and Quality Assurance Teams.

7. Aerospace:

Use: Overseeing defect resolution in aircraft manufacturing.

Presenter: Quality Engineer.

Audience: Design and Production Engineers.

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