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A constraint is any factor or element such as cost, schedule and scope that prevents a system from performing at the highest level possible in relation to its objective. There are many types of constraints that prohibit performance. Continuous Improvement strategies such as: Lean, Six Sigma and the Theory of Constraints are effective ways to reduce or remove constraints.
1. Cost/ Resources
2. Schedule/ Time
3. Scope/ Quality
5. Policy or Procedure
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