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To start the SYSTEM of producing coffee, I provide the coffee beans (the INPUT) for Columbia Coffee Craze Company. My farm where the coffee beans grow is the SUBSYSTEM of the business. I don't care what those high tech people do in the city (psychological boundary). They think they know more about beans and coffee than I do.
We have a large THROUGHPUT, we receive thousands of pounds of coffee beans a day.
We are the selected coffee bean sorters and are in a specific area of the factory which requires badges and a special key card which is a PHYSICAL BOUNDARY.
When my supervisor comes to check my work, I must describe every step I do and call him Mr. Hannagen. (SYSTEMIC BARRIER)
Yes Mr. Hannegan, I am just making sure all the beans are rinsed and ready for processing.
Monypeny, are you working?
Yes ma'am. (SYSTEMIC BARRIER)
This coffee is robust, rich, full flavor with hints of hazelnuts and mocha. This coffee is perfect and ready to be packaged. (FEEDBACK)
Man, I only wash the beans, I have no idea what she is talking about, "robust"? I don't even drink coffee. (LINGUISTIC BARRIER)
We roast and package hundreds of pounds of coffee a day to be shipped to other areas for consumption. (OUTUT)
Hi, we sell ground and whole bean coffee from Columbia Coffee Craze Company as well as many other coffee plants. We have various choices and blends for every taste. (SUPERSYSTEM)
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