Does your company have one of these four limitations?
- Capacity Constraint – A resource that cannot provide timely capacity the company demands for it, also referred to as a CCR (capacity constrained resource).
- Market Constraint – the amount of customer orders is not sufficient to sustain the required growth of the company.
- Management Constraint* – the amount of demand (in units of time) for management attention exceeds the availability to maintain the company.
- Time Constraint – The response time of the company to the requirements of the market is too long to the extent that it jeopardizes the company’s ability to meet its current commitment to its customers as well as the ability of winning new business.
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