Give me the fish, don’t teach me fishing!

In our fast moving, fast changing world, ancient wisdom may no longer apply. And chances are it is true. There is this proverb with unclear origins yet sounding ancient and wise: “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” … Continue reading Give me the fish, don’t teach me fishing!

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Chatting with Bill Dettmer right after the Logical Thinking Process training, June 2016

This video chat was recorded the day after the second edition of the Logical Thinking Process (LTP) training in Paris, France was over, in June 2016. I was fortunate to attend as part of the hosting organization, observer, facilitator, photographer and video director. The video setup was ready for the Bill Dettmer's LTP alumni reunion … Continue reading Chatting with Bill Dettmer right after the Logical Thinking Process training, June 2016

Logical Thinking Process training course in Paris, June 2016 in fast flick

The second Logical Thinking Process (LTP) training course in Paris was a 6-day course in June 2016 delivered by Bill Dettmer. I was fortunate to attend as a host and observer, photographer and video director. Here is a 2-minute summary with pictures I took over the event. The speed of the video is intended to … Continue reading Logical Thinking Process training course in Paris, June 2016 in fast flick

If making money is your goal, throughput is your obsession

In a for-profit organization making money is the goal and the limitation to making more money is called a constraint. Conversely, a constraint is a limiting factor to get more out of the system. There is only one constraint which is the most limiting factor restricting the Throughput. Throughput is the rate at which the … Continue reading If making money is your goal, throughput is your obsession

The Logical Thinking Process dynamics

In this short excerpt of the June 2015 training course, Bill Dettmer shows the links between the Logical Thinking Process tools. The first link is from the Goal Tree to the Current Reality Tree (CRT). As long as the Goal is not achieved, the not-achieving Goal stated in the Goal Tree and the not-achieved Critical … Continue reading The Logical Thinking Process dynamics

What takeaways from June 2016 Logical Thinking Process training?

Being on the host and organisation's side of Bill Dettmer's June 2016 Logical Thinking Process (LTP) training in Paris, I was fortunate to go through it a second time. This time more as an observer though, with a keen interest in reinforcing my knowledge and watch others react to the learning, build their logical trees … Continue reading What takeaways from June 2016 Logical Thinking Process training?