Monthly Archives: September 2011

Some History on TOC Consultants

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Another Multi Tasking Video

If you have seen the “I Love Lucy” multi tasking video, this is very illustrative as well. Notice how the quality deteriorates as he is increasing his multi tasking. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvOHieaPgt4

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Boxes and Thinking Out of the Box

Check your organizational design before asking people to think out of the box. Read the full article http://www.evolvingexcellence.com/blog/2011/09/boxes.html

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TOC Implementation Journey Blog

Daniel Hampton of Australia, is starting a new blog where he will share his experience with a Theory of Constraints (TOC) implementation in a manufacturing company.   For all of you who follow blogs, this may be interesting to follow. … Continue reading

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SPE Implementation In Small IT Company

Justin Roff Marsh published a video showing how to implement his Sales Process Engineering Methodology in a very small company.  http://www.salesprocessengineering.net/2011/09/22/tech-company-eliminates-salespeople-boosts-sales/ I became aware of Justin's Methodology around 2004, and quickly became an “evangelist” for it, due to its innovation … Continue reading

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Critical Chain Summary – Rob Newbold

TOC Expert Rob Newbold published a very nice Critical Chain Summary, using “task deadlines” in a very original and simple way. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xf-waj23P8 PS – The presentation was done in Prezi, which is a very interesting to avoid the traditional “death … Continue reading

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The Generosity Experiment – Sasha Dichter of Acumen Fund

In this wonderful TED talk (as all TED talks usually are), Sasha Dichter of Acumen Fund talks about an incredible “generosity experiment”.   http://vimeo.com/29140232 Acumen Fund is an organization that tries to solve problems in poor countries, using entrepreneurial approaches. … Continue reading

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Looking at Non Value Added through the P&L

Bill Waddell suggests a way to show non value added activities by “reshuffling” the categories of expenses in the P&L statement. http://www.evolvingexcellence.com/blog/2011/09/changing-the-discussion.html It may help to focus management on improving their performance, even if initially the approach is looking only … Continue reading

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About Organizational Structures

Manu from Bonkers world shows us in an illustrative way the different type of organizational structures that some top companies use today: http://www.bonkersworld.net/organizational-charts/ Another nice example would've been Semco, but you can always read about that by reading Ricardo Semler's … Continue reading

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Great Cartoon About Change

For all of us who are trying to change ourselves or trying to help others change. http://www.newyorkerstore.com/were-ready-to-begin-the-next-phase-of-keeping-things-exactly-the-way-they-are/invt/137060/

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