Little’s Law Discussion

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As an Industrial Engineer, I get warm and tingly inside when I see someone blogging about Little's Law. I know, I need to get a life. There is also a second posting. I left some comments, taking polite issue with some of Pete's ideas, but hopefully in a constructive way.

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1 Comment
  1. Peter Abilla says

    Mark,

    Thanks for your comments on my post. You’ve built a great blog here.

    Peter

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