Bottlenecks - transformation process, Supply Chain Management

Review your transformation process and identify the major bottlenecks that might be restricting smooth flow of operations, causing delays and impacting process performance. 

Explain why this bottleneck occurs, why it is important, and what can be done about it.  Consider strategies of alternate routing, capacity utilization, capacity increases, etc. 

Prepare a recommendation for improvement and identify the impact of the change on overall performance.

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