In Logical Thinking Process (LTP) parlance a long arrow is a “leap of logic” or the omission of one or several cause-and-effect steps that connect a cause to an effect. In the Logical Thinking Process, a cause is linked to its effect by an arrow. The arrow’s tail is connected to the cause and the … Continue reading What is a logical “long arrow”?
Promoters of any solution or change agents of are usually in love with the object of their promotion. Love is said to be blind and oblivious of any negative aspect of the loved thing. That is why so often promoters of change highlight all the benefits of the change, regardless of any Undesirable side Effects for the … Continue reading Industry 4.0 promoter’s flaw of logic and Categories of Legitimate Reservation
Most people are convinced of their ability to think logically and don’t see the point of getting a specific training like the Logical Thinking Process training course. Indeed, in some extend most of the people have an innate basic logical thinking way, otherwise our world would be pretty weird. Yet it is also true that … Continue reading Why would I learn to think (logically)?
Categories of Legitimate Reservation (CLR) are rules for scrutinizing the validity and logical soundness of Theory of Constraints’ Thinking Processes logic trees and diagrams. As with most of simple looking methods and tools, it is easy to get trapped or misuse the seemingly simple logical tools proposed by the Thinking Processes. In order to prevent … Continue reading What are Categories of Legitimate Reservation?
Lean leading figure Jim Womack posted a sincere and critical reflection (hansei) on where Lean has failed and why not to give up. I was impressed when reading it and it reinforced my respect and admiration for the author.