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February 09, 2006

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Zach

I'm getting in trouble over here http://spookyaction.blogspot.com/2006/02/when-bad-things-happen-to-good_26.html#comments by calling my post "a practical introduction to The Theory of Constraints". In practice, there is an official Theory of Constraints used in the operations world. I don't have a beef with that analsis of productivity and resources. I was just suggesting that one can look at the other side of constraints and see some value in driving innovation.

For anyone that is interested in this line of thinking, there is a nice article written for BusinessWeek by an executive from Google entitled "Turning Limitations into Innovation" http://www.businessweek.com/innovate/content/jan2006/id20060131_531820.htm

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