Long term capability

Long term capability,

Definition of Long term capability:

  1. The analysis of changes in the distribution of effectiveness of a process over longer periods of time. A graph of the long-term capability, or long-term process capability, takes into account gradual shifts to the left (or negative direction on a chart) due to component degradation or relaxed standards, as well as shifts to the right (or positive direction on a chart) resulting from increased effectiveness of individual employees due to practice.

Meaning of Long term capability & Long term capability Definition