From DE-6 to DE-25 is a desired effect and is the default of a DBR (synchronized) system that releases jobs based on the drum signal from the constraint. NE-10 and NE-20 start to become negative entities that if they exist in our future could cause our good idea to become a train wreck. What we need now is an injection to overcome the possibility, or eliminate the entity of “The efficiency measure starts to go down.”
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.