The Right Way to Solve Complex Business Problems

The Right Way to Solve Complex Business Problems is the title of a december 04, 2018* episode of IdeaCast, the podcast from Harvard Business Review. In this episode, Curt Nickisch (HBR) interviews Corey Phelps, a strategy professor at McGill University and author. *I’ve listened the podcast in early April 2019 The interview on podcast and … Continue reading The Right Way to Solve Complex Business Problems

What is this thing called the Logical Thinking Process?

Who can better explain what the Logical Thinking Process is if not his father? Bill Dettmer worked with Eli Goldratt applying the Thinking Processes (subtlety about the plural) but spotted some weak points  he managed to elegantly mend. He finally came up with an integrated process for solving complex problems at system level and refuses … Continue reading What is this thing called the Logical Thinking Process?

How to identify the constraint of a system? Part 4/5

Since the publishing of early books on Theory of Constraints, the world grew more complex and the system’s constraint got more and more elusive. Globalization and extended supply chains give a constraint opportunity to settle literally anywhere in the world and extend its nature. It can be a physical transformation process in a supplier’s facility, … Continue reading How to identify the constraint of a system? Part 4/5

My takeaways from Breakthrough Project Management conference

Paris, October 17th, 2016. Ian Heptinstall, co-author of “The Executive Guide to Breakthrough Project Management, Capital & Construction Projects on-time in less time, on budget at lower cost without compromise” (full title), was there to deliver his conference on the subject. Before you turn away thinking this has nothing to do with my industry, you … Continue reading My takeaways from Breakthrough Project Management conference

June, the month of the Logical Thinking Process

For the second consecutive year (2016), June will be the month of the Logical Thinking Process with the return of Bill Dettmer for his intensive Logical Thinking Process (LTP) training in Paris, France. The idea of learning to think logically can make some smile, however, experience shows that the general population is not as rational … Continue reading June, the month of the Logical Thinking Process

10 signs you need consider Logical Thinking Process

Here are 10 signs pointing to the need to consider using the Logical Thinking Process in order to help you solve your complex problems and structure your transformation plan. Don’t know what The Logical Thinking Process is? >The Logical Thinking Process in a nutshell The Logical Thinking Process is a great help if You: do … Continue reading 10 signs you need consider Logical Thinking Process