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Total number of sequences, series, or arrangements of repeatable events, steps, or measurements and the like, used to produce a product or service.

Changing a process can be a first step in a six sigma improvement program to reduce costs and improve quality.

Some sample processes are...

Steps used to bake a cake.

Movements used to move sub-assemblies from one part of a facility or department to another.

Also see Process design, Process improvement, Process management, PQ - Process Performance Qualification, and Process map (flowchart).

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