To Michael, it felt like a side-step or even a step backward in business progress. Let me try to visually portray the conflict that Michael found. (This thinking process – the evaporating cloud – was developed by Eli Goldratt). Evaporating-cloud-thinking-process Here is Michael’s conflict statement: To have a successful business, I must make more money and to make more money. I must sell more. But, to have a successful business. I also must Norway Phone Number provide excellent client care and to provide excellent client care, I must stop selling. I can’t both sell more and stop selling. Resolve the conflict and production bottleneck.
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