Throughput Accounting (TA) can be understood as a simplified accounting system based on Theory of Constraints (ToC) principles. TA makes growth-driven management and decision making simpler and understandable even for people not familiar with traditional accounting. Beyond simplifying, TA has a different approach compared to traditional accounting. The latter will focus on cost control (cost … Continue reading What is Throughput Accounting?
Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) alone is not enough to drastically reduce a project’s duration and improve the development process efficiency. CCPM is a proven Project Management approach to ensure a project, any project, will meet its finishing date without compromising quality nor any of the requirements, and even though CCPM can lead to terminate … Continue reading Critical Chain Project Management alone is not enough
Did you experience this utmost frustration when having implemented a solution or countermeasure to a problem, a new issue arises brought up by this fix? This is what Negative Branch Reservation (NBR) intents to prevent. Negative Branch Reservation is a robustness test usually associated with a Future Reality Tree (FRT). It checks what could go … Continue reading What is Negative Branch Reservation?
In this video, an excerpt of Bill Dettmer's Logical Thinking Process (LTP) training course in Paris, June 2015, Bill refines some points about LTP. First, the two first tools (Trees) of the LTP, namely the Goal Tree (GT) and Current Reality Tree (CRT) are based on facts. The others, Evaporating Cloud (EC), Future Reality Tree (FRT), … Continue reading Bill Dettmer refining some points about Logical Thinking Process