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Sue Thread: Dempsey ­ Question 24 ­ Constraints and Bottlenecks Post: Dempsey ­ Question 24 ­ Constraints and Bottlenecks Author: Posted Date: January 16, 2016 9:04 AM Status: Published Q 24. – Using the definitions from the text, describe and illustrate the similarities and differences between a constraint and a bottleneck. William Dempsey
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2/21/2016 Collection – MBA675­T303 Operations & Logistics in the (... 10/32 (Post is Read) only outputting 100 golf balls. If this were a company and only had a single 6 hour shift, then the bottleneck would be that the machine could only produce 25 balls (100 / 4 = 25) per shift. This bottleneck could be improved by adding additional shifts but would be restricted to a maximum of 4 shifts (6 x 4 = 24). I should have used something other than golf balls, but the difference can be applied to most any other product being produced. Thread: Dempsey ­ Question 24 ­ Constraints and Bottlenecks Post: RE: Dempsey ­ Question 24 ­ Constraints and Bottlenecks Author: Posted Date: January 16, 2016 1:17 PM Status: Published Bill, Your golf ball example isn’t as bad as you think, so I’ll add in some more comments to your discussion to help clarify. The difference in my mind is the big picture versus a small part of the picture.

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