Constraints as a good thing? Yes and no…
Steve Rumsby


Agree completely, constraints are part of the problem definition (although often more come out of the wood work as you develop) and questioning them is very important — that is why I used the word “Shouldn’t do” in the piece, not “Can’t do” because sometimes constraints are not constraints but preferences of people which should be taken on board but not always observed in the final outcome.

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