We have a university bookstore that controls the majority of local market share for used and new textbooks. The bookstore primary constrains are floor and shelf space for fast selling items such as textbooks and market share for slow-selling items such as general merchandise.
How can they manage the store more efficiently? How can bookstore constrains be both floor space (internal) and market share (external)?
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The solution discusses how to manage a bookstore more efficiently using the Theory of Constraints.