Assembling specifications to describe a product would seem to be the simplest part of a quality control program. A bread bakery might decide to develop a cake to round out the product line. Once the kind of cake has been decided, a brainstorming session with the bakery staff can produce a list of attributes which need to be defined. Consider Figure 7-1. In order to convert the attributes listed into specifications, there are three basic questions to be answered:
What do you want to make?
What are you capable of making?
How much can you afford to spend?
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