In this posting we will continue building our Conflict Resolution Diagram (CRD) by surfacing our assumptions and injections for our remaining entities (i.e. B to D, and A to C) and then we’ll begin looking at the conflict that exists between D and E.
We start once again by using our necessity based logic syntax, “In order to have Production scheduled to utilize available capacity (Box B), I must have Production scheduled based on the “push” system (Box D), because…?”
2. Company policy mandates the efficiency measure. Following company policy is important. If it wasn’t important we would not have to follow any policies.
3. Production management bonuses are tied to efficiency. If we didn’t use efficiency as a bonus measure management would not be motivated to get better.
4. Higher efficiency generates higher ROI. The Returned On Investment must there. Otherwise is was a poor investment.