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measures constraint

См.: ограничение измерений.



measures constraint

measures constraint - A common misnomer. Bad measures are not the constraint. Rather, bad measures hinder effective constraint management by inhibiting the ability to fully exploit or subordinate to the constraint.

Usage: In the past measurements were commonly referred to as a type of constraint.

Example: Measuring efficiency at all resources drives overproduction at non-bottleneck resources and leads to starvation of the bottleneck. The efficiency measures are not the constraint, they are not what should be exploited and subordinated to; rather, they are blocking the system's ability to exploit and subordinate properly to the constraint.

See:constraint, exploit, subordinate.