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Measurements related to the quantity of materials and other resources that is used in the production output of a process, procedure, or service. (i.e. process costs, total cycle time, suppliers used, cost of defects, scrap, and/or other wasted time, other non-value adding activities or value adding activities, and/or materials). Is primarily linked to a company’s profitability.

Six Sigma attempts to use various theories and methods to make a process more efficient.

Also see DFSS - Design for Six Sigma, DMAIC - Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control, Waste-Free Industrialized System, Design Margin - Statistical Tolerance Part 1, and Design Margin - Statistical Tolerance Part 2.

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