Choice in the matter?

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Choice in the matter?

Postby richard steyn » Sun Jan 02, 2011 11:08 pm

There really is no choice in the matter. Either you manage constraints or they manage you. The constraints will determine the output of the system whether they are acknowledged and managed or not.


Noreen, Smith, and Mackey, The Theory of Constraints and its Implications for Management Accounting (North River Press, 1995)
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