Bottleneck [noun]

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Over the last two years, Ryan’s teams have been using data, surveys, and employee feedback to help redesign their systems to address barriers and bottlenecks throughout PwC’s talent pipelines.

Military conflicts wreck the supply side of the economy, like factories and railway lines, leading to bottlenecks and shortages that push prices up.

He was named logistics chief in 2013, and his first holiday shopping season was marred by weather disruptions and logistical bottlenecks that helped convince Amazon to proceed with a massive buildout of its capacity to move its own goods.

So they don’t become a bottleneck — which is a common scaling problem.

This enables it to do its intended job without acting as a bottleneck in jobs requiring the power of the front end.

We have already reached the point where shipping is no longer the bottleneck in the return of troops from the European theater.

In an age of electronics, lack of copper had become a serious bottleneck in the production of electrical and scientific equipment.