7 good reasons to attend the Logical Thinking Process training

The Logical Thinking Process Training Course is delivered by Bill Dettmer, a recognized expert within the community of Theory of Constraints (ToC). Bill has worked with Eli Goldratt and other prominent ToC community members. Here are 7 good reasons to attend the Logical Thinking Process training 1. Meet Bill Dettmer The first benefit of this training is … Continue reading 7 good reasons to attend the Logical Thinking Process training

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Bill Dettmer and Philip Marris discuss various aspects of the Theory of Constraints

I was fortunate to propose parts of this discussion to Bill Dettmer and Philip Marris, in November 2014 in Paris, and to record as they discussed. Among the topics: how the name “Theory of Constraints” generates rejection in the business community. The term “constraints management” is preferred by Bill Dettmer and Philip Marris. Philip points out problem … Continue reading Bill Dettmer and Philip Marris discuss various aspects of the Theory of Constraints

Theory of Constraints is something great, except for its name

Theory of Constraints (ToC) is among the three philosophies / approaches / methodologies with Lean and Six Sigma leading to tremendous success, but the only one with two frightening words out of the three of its name! When facing tough challenge or stuck in a crisis, the last thing anyone would look for is a … Continue reading Theory of Constraints is something great, except for its name

Introduction to ToC Thinking Processes

Thinking Processes in a nutshell Theory of Constraints (ToC) found its original application in industrial production and soon spread to any activity including a physical flow, e.g. administrative work. In this context it is relatively easy to understand physical flows and the existence of bottlenecks hindering the flow. Yet all constraints are not bottlenecks, i.e. … Continue reading Introduction to ToC Thinking Processes

ToC’s dice game as in “The Goal”

If you have read Eli Goldratt’s bestseller business novel “The Goal”, you may remember the dice game (with matches) to explain the interdependencies and random problems in a process and why the throughput is lower than expected. Here is an online dice game simulator, nicely made with graphic reporting to analyze and explain how the … Continue reading ToC’s dice game as in “The Goal”