Unformatted text preview: results are contrary to common practice (i.e., 100% utilization may not be good). Which of these results, or measurements, or practices is the hardest to accept for management (in your opinion)? Explain. 5. There is an old saying that “if you measure it, they will do it.” How is this phrase related to the TOC approach? 6. As the demand on the system increased, problems arose in the plant – first diagnosed as moving bottlenecks. As the demand on any system reaches capacity, what are the keys to implementing TOC? 7. Would you have accepted the French order for $701 per part (Model 12)? Is the answer taken in the book always the correct answer? Explain. 8. Are there any flaws in this philosophy? State your perceived flaws, if any, and defend your answer....
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- Spring '08
- Management, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Outreach Engineering Management, Engineering Management EIN, Business Processes Project, Advanced Quality Management