• Subject: RE: EPDM, Thru-Put sucks.
  • From: "Ted Slezak" <slezakt@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2000 17:56:52 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

A concise answer, but not very informative.  Care to elaborate as to why
Thru-Put "sucks"?  Besides the question was about EPDM, not Thru-Put.

Most implementations of theory of constraints software fail because of one
or more of the following:
1. Failure to research and understand how your process REALLY works.
2. Failure to correctly identify constrained resources.
3. Failure to identifying your true process bottleneck and schedule to it to
start with and don't worry about the rest.
4. Failure to have the collective guts to honestly fill in the constraints.
5. Setting too many or conflicting constraints - see item 1 & 3.

In other words, it isn't the software that's the problem.  It's the data
being fed to it - sound FAMILIAR??

Ted Slezak
ABC-Bus, Inc.

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