Capacity Constraint Resource (CCR)

In Six Sigma, Capacity Constraint Resource (CCR) refers to a resource, system, or process that is limiting the overall capacity of an organization to produce goods or services. The concept of CCR is an important one in Six Sigma because it helps organizations to focus...

Capacity

Capacity refers to the maximum amount of work, output, or a resource that can be produced, processed, or handled by a system, process, or person. It can refer to the physical limits of a machine, facility, or infrastructure, or to the capability or capacity of an...

Capability Maturity Model (CMM)

A Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a framework that describes the key elements of an effective process for a particular discipline or area of work and provides a way to assess the current level of capability of an organization in that area. It typically defines five...

Capability Analysis

Capability analysis is a method used to evaluate the performance of a process in terms of its ability to meet customer requirements or industry standards. It is commonly used in quality control and process improvement to evaluate the capability of a process to produce...

Capability

Capability analysis is a method used to evaluate the performance of a process in terms of its ability to meet customer requirements. It is commonly used in quality control and process improvement to evaluate the capability of a process to produce output that is within...