First Out, Then Back as a novel throughput model

This morning Ari Meisel and I traded emails on a design topic from an uncommon point-of-origin. We’d originally connected through his post on Entrepreneur’s week. In process flow, there are two main divisions: FIFO, or first-in, first-out and LIFO, last-in, first-out. FIFO applies when a pipe is open on both ends,

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Systems Thinking & Sashimi

By engaging new hires in their strength, which is their fresh perspective, we transform the path through the landscape, rather than trying to transform the landscape itself. Ask yourself which is cheaper, faster and easier: buying a four-wheeler and making a new path, or engineering a superhighway. . . . → Read More: Systems Thinking & Sashimi

A walk in the forest…

Systems Thinking teaches us how to scale our perspective to study the forest or the trees, while Systems Engineering tells us what to do with the data we find.

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