The number of operational cells. An operational cell is a unit that consists of the number of operators that is required to complete the process step. One operational cell can have one or more people.

For example, if two people are required to complete a process step, the two people are one operational cell. To cut the cycle time in half for this step, enter 2. The two operational cells consist of four people.

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