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Pretty much anything can be standardized.CorrectIncorrect
It is not necessary to establish a standard for a process before attempting to improve it.CorrectIncorrect
The first thing that should be critically reviewed when there is a problem is the person involved. Only after the person is evaluated should the process be considered.CorrectIncorrect
More detail is always better when documenting a standard.CorrectIncorrect
What do organizations do that succeed with standardization?CorrectIncorrect
When it comes to prioritizing factors in choosing or defining a standard, it’s a tossup between high quality, low cost, and speedy delivery.CorrectIncorrect
Cool, highly engineered, or complex methods are fine to adopt as standards since simplicity offers little benefit.CorrectIncorrect
It’s okay to take a good idea and make it the standard before trying it out and demonstrating that it works.CorrectIncorrect
What must you establish first before attempting to define standards for a process?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following can cause process instability?CorrectIncorrect
Standards must always be adhered to and therefore do not require any maintenance or following up.CorrectIncorrect
A follow-up is actually more helpful and less intimidating when it is performed frequently.CorrectIncorrect
The purpose of following up on standards is…CorrectIncorrect
It is better to delay standardization for the sake of a perfect standard than to get started more quickly with an imperfect one.CorrectIncorrect
If something lacks a standard, what should the first improvement be?CorrectIncorrect