In this video, Clarke Ching explains Philip Marris how to speed up learning by speeding up the audio book playback. While Philip has reservations about this technique, I do use it with several medias: Podcast playback on iPhone x1.5 (x2 is usually too fast for me) Youtube conferences clips, Youtube allows x1.25; x1.5 or x2 … Continue reading Learning Faster
In the following video interview, Philip Marris (answering Clarke Ching‘s questions) states that the five focusing steps of Theory of Constraints are wrong! Well it needs some more listening to understand the wisdom behind the provocative statement. First, the five focusing steps (5FS) are basically ok. What bothers Philip is the fifth step after the … Continue reading Beware of bottleneck hunting!
In spring 2015, Clarke Ching – Author of “Rolling rocks downhill” was guest of Marris Consulting in Paris. Clarke is an IT guy and he wanted to know how to identify bottlenecks in factories and in product development processes.
I was fortunate to “participate” in Philip Marris’ interview by Clarke Ching for Clarke’s podcast series. While making sure all the video and sound was properly taped, I listened to the talk. Latter, editing the video, I had more listening. Now that Clarke made the video public, it’s time to share: Clarke chats with Philip … Continue reading One hour of Theory of Constraints experience, first hand