Six Sigma enthusiasts work with Y = F(X), where Y is the output variable being improved and X’s are the input variables to be identified and worked upon; F denotes the process that transforms X’s into Y. In most cases, to ensure sustained improvements at the end of an improvement project, there is a need to continue looking at Y’s and X’s.
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