|The perimeters are established to stay within confined area.|
Operational parameters are job-performance evaluation of results achieved. The limits are not lateral, as with perimeters, but limited to levels of complexity with initiatives and accountability. Parameters are result oriented, where one parameter must be completed before moving onto the next. Operational parameters requires skills, training and knowledgeable personnel. Assigned parameters are effective in just-culture organizations, where results, or outcome of processes are evaluated.
|The parameters are established for results.|
The difference between process parameters and process perimeters, is that process parameters tasks are linked and connected by individual activates, while process perimeters tasks are individually independent and disconnected. An example of process perimeter could be the assembly line, where one robot has a specific independent task, while an example of process parameter could be resilience to operational abnormalities.