These editable and customizable templates are presented in excel format, and they include the following: 1) Prioritization Matrix 2) Spaghetti Diagram Template 3) Document Control Master List Template. Scroll down for the details of each templates...


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A spaghetti diagram is a visual representation using a continuous flow line tracing the path of an item or activity through a process. As a process analysis tool, the continuous flow line enables process teams to identify redundancies in the work flow and opportunities to accelerate process flow. 

It is a quick and easy way to track distances of parts and people on the production floor. It helps to reveal all inefficiencies of a layout.

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Prioritization matrices provide a mechanism for ranking the relative importance of ideas or issues that assists in deciding what to do after key actions or Critical-To-Quality (CTQ) characteristics have been identified, but their relative importance is not known with certainty. 

It is a visual diagram used to compare multiple (at least two) sets of data using weighted criteria. The matrix consists of a set of criteria options and the alternatives under consideration. 

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Document control is a key aspect of ISO standards, which are required for companies who wish to demonstrate quality, reliability, and other important traits related to their products, services, and processes. 

The concept of document control is most widely known in the context of ISO standards, and especially within ISO 9001:2015 standards. 

For instance, clause 7.5.3 (control of documented information) of ISO 9001:2015 standard requires organizations to establish a documented procedure to control several aspects of documents, including: 

  • Identification
  • Storage
  • Protection
  • Retrieval
  • Retention
  • Review
  • Approval
  • Disposition
  • Legibility
  • Change tracking

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