Any area within a product, process, service, or other system where a defect could be produced or where you fail to achieve the ideal product in the eyes of the customer. In a product, the areas where defects could be produced are the parts or connection of parts within the product. In a process, the areas are the value added process steps. If the process step is not value added, such as an inspection step, then it is not considered an opportunity. An opportunity is anything that you inspect, measure, or test on a unit that provides a chance of allowing a defect.
A possibility to better my personal condition by attaching something good to me. Opportunity assumes that Perceiver structure suffices to keep the goal stable while I am reaching for it, and that Perceiver rules exist to keep the object attached to me once I have acquired it. My view of opportunity will depend upon my definition of me.
cost The value of a good or service in terms of what had to be sacrificed in order to obtain that item. Ostpolitik Eastern Policy. The West German foreign policy introduced by Chancellor Willy Brandt that resulted in treaties with the Soviet Union, Poland, and East Germany recognizing de facto post-World War II borders. Ostpolitik brought closer relations between the two Germanies.