TABLES

 
 
 
 
 
Table 1.1
Product costs when most costs are variable
Table 1.2
Product costs when most costs are not variable
Table 1.3
Investment decisions when most costs are variable
Table 1.4
Investment decisions when most costs are not variable
Table 1.5
Make vs. buy decisions when most costs are variable
Table 1.6
Make vs. buy decisions when most costs are not variable
Table 1.7
Standard costs of clutches
Table 2.1
Job losses—major metropolitan areas
Table 2.2
Comparison of improvement programs
Table 2.3
Distribution of time a company has been using Six Sigma
Table 2.4
Support of Six Sigma implementation
Table 3.1
Types of constraints
Table 3.2
Constraint management steps
Table 3.3
Types of value
Table 3.4
Seven sins of production
Table 3.5
Components of 5S
Table 3.6
Relationship between Cp, PPM, and sigma level
Table 3.7
Sigma capability and DPM
Table 3.8
DMAIC process
Table 3.9
Process overall yield vs. Sigma
Table 3.10
DMADV process
Table 3.11
Benefits of reducing direct labor costs
Table 3.12
Benefits of increasing throughput
Table 3.13
Benefits of increasing throughput and labor savings
Table 3.14
GM story
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