Cutting the batch sizes

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Alex could increase the company's cash flow and speed the order for their customer by cutting the batch sizes in half. On the other hand, Stacey doesn't want to cut the batch sizes in half. Clearly is a conflict between Stacey and Alex.

D: Cut the batches sizes in half
D': Do nothing with the batch sizes
B: Speed the orders for my customers
C: Ensure to keep the bottleneck efficient
A: Increase sales
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In order to Increase sales I must Speed the orders for my customers and in order to Speed the orders for my customers I must Cut the batches sizes in half. But, in order to Increase sales I must also Ensure to keep the bottleneck efficient and in order to Ensure to keep the bottleneck efficient I must Do nothing with the batch sizes. I can't both Cut the batches sizes in half and Do nothing with the batch sizes.
RelationAssumption(s)Injection(s)
D-D'There is only one machine that you could cut the batches sizes in halfOnly one could create an improvement
B-DThat would improve customer satisfactionCome up with a policy with the customers that the orders will be delay between longer days
C-D'The machine will not work at it's full capacityThe batch sizes policy doesn't deal with non-bottlenecks machines
A-BCustomers are not satisfied with the orders being delay.Customer satisfaction is not longer important
A-CEmployees and machine staying without doing nothing are not making moneyReplace people with other machines that doesn't run with a production cost approach