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Inputs are the factors that are necessary to complete a process. They may be environmental (heat, humidity), labor, material, or anything else that is required.
Some inputs, though, are not intentional—the proverbial ‘flies in the ointment’. Controlling these inputs is critical to delivering high quality results from a process.
Inputs are the ‘I’ part in the SIPOC (Supplier-Input-Output-Customer) diagram.
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