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How to identify a bottleneck?

Identifying a bottleneck/constraint is a first step towards enabling the system to achieve its goal.

Bruno Pešec
Bruno Pešec
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How to identify a bottleneck?

Identifying a bottleneck/constraint is a first step towards enabling the system to achieve its goal.

Watch Clarke Ching, of Rolling Rocks Downhill fame, and Philip Marris, of Marris Consulting, discuss:

  • how to identify a bottlenecks in production and product development;
  • critical chain project management; and
  • what is a good constraint.

You can see more videos by Marris Consulting here.

This post was originally written for The Lean Presentation.

Theory of Constraints

Bruno Pešec

I turn corporate innovation into a viable investment.


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