Common cause

Common cause,

Definition of Common cause:

  1. In quality control, the inherent sources of change (1) are random, (2) are always present and (3) affect the overall outcome of the process. Usually the most common causes are attributed to elements of the system that only management can fix. Also known as a transition cause.

How to use Common cause in a sentence?

  1. You should always strive for a common common goal for your company and the region.
  2. The most common reason for this software is to provide excellent customer service and improve customer satisfaction rating.
  3. The most common of these problems were identified as having a negative impact on our productivity and we addressed them immediately. Decided

Meaning of Common cause & Common cause Definition