Bottleneck Driving

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Bottlenecks in Process of Driving 1 Bottlenecks in Process of Driving Miriam Waguespack OPS/571 University of Phoenix J. Jessie Conques October 4, 2010
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Bottlenecks in Process of Driving 2 Bottlenecks in Process of Driving Bottleneck derives its analogy from the neck of the bottle that impedes the speed of flow in pouring the liquid from the bottle. The slowest task in operation reflects the bottleneck of the process to evaluate the capacity of the system. Identification of bottlenecks provides the necessary measurement for increasing the efficiency of the system through controlling throughput and cycle time. This assists in increasing the performance of the process. The process of driving includes the repetitive steps of getting in the car, turning on the ignition of the car, verifying the car has sufficient gasoline to get to work, taking the same highway to the business district. Redesigning the process to optimize the process for increasing the efficiency of the system can be done. The total time spent in execution of each
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