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TLS: Good TOC + Good Lean + Good Six Sigma by Philip Marris | TOCICO conference 12 min. extract

TLS: Good TOC + Good Lean + Good Six Sigma by Philip Marris | TOCICO conference 12 min. extract | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
A conference by Philip Marris at the Annual TOCICO conference 2013 in Frankfurt about TLS = Open TOC + Good Lean + Good Six Sigma.

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"Epiphanized" the TLS bestselling novel & textbook - Interview of co-author Bob Sproull by Clarke Ching /TOC Thinkers

"Epiphanized" the TLS bestselling novel & textbook - Interview of co-author Bob Sproull by Clarke Ching /TOC Thinkers | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it

[Bob sproull says] The reason I felt compelled to write this new book is because I think we (my co-author Bruce Nelson and I) have a different kind of message to bring forward.  This book is loosely based on both of our travels in the TOC world, both the positive and negative parts of our journeys.  […]  We tried to create a storyline that readers will relate to and to demonstrate just how quickly positive results can happen when TOC is used correctly....especially when it is integrated with Lean and Six Sigma.  In my opinion, the path to profitability is not through removing waste and variation in every step of the process and I wanted to get this message out.  …

 


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TLS is the most profitable management method. It takes:
+ proper FOCUS of managerial attention from ToC
+ clean up and removing all unnecessary tasks from Lean
+ stabilization of the entire system with SixSigma
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Philip Marris's comment, September 11, 2013 3:54 PM
There is also a 15 minute video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXBOGUZUIEc
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"What a great book !!!! I find it to be just excellent !!!! I am in the manufacturing world so this book inspired something inside me like Goal did." This is the feedback I got today from a reader and that prompted me to add this item here today.
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Boosting rocket production with the Theory of Constraints - 22 min conference extract | TOCPA Paris 2018

Discover how EuroCryospace, the manufacturer of the first stage of the Ariane 5 rocket, increased throughput and productivity by over 30% in less than 6 weeks using the Theory of Constraints.


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Viable Vision – Bringing all of TOC together by Gerry Kendall

Viable Vision – Bringing all of TOC together by Gerry Kendall | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
Viable Vision delivered my clients better results than any standalone TOC implementation I have ever done. It gave our family and associates a healthy income for over a decade. It was introduced by Eli around 2004. For me, it remains the most powerful of all TOC frameworks, yet many TOC people I talk with think it does not work or don’t fully understand it. The problem is not with the concept of significantly improving an entire organization. Rather, the problem is often with the engagement required by both the company and, if any, the consultant leading the implementation. In this webinar, I’ll talk about the necessary components of Viable Vision – the ones that make it work. While logistics often are one of the foundations of a Viable Vision, that is barely enough. Sales and marketing processes are often non-existent, at least in many of the companies I’ve worked with. Top management alignment must be nourished continuously. And a healthy dose of TOC management skills are important. I’ll share some of my client experiences and answer questions. I’ll also divulge my view of where TOC is not robust enough and share my current experiment in overcoming a 20+ year failure.

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Raw Thoughts on the Management Attention Constraint | Eli Schragenheim 

Raw Thoughts on the Management Attention Constraint | Eli Schragenheim  | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
Goldratt called management attention the ultimate constraint, meaning after elevating the other constraints, including the market demand by establishing a decisive-competitive-edge, then the pace of growth of the organization is still limited by the capacity of management attention. How much attention can a person give in a period of time? The term itself is elusive…

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The growth of the organization is still limited by the capacity of management attention
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What Is Systems Thinking? - Peter Senge Explains Systems Thinking Approach And Principles

What Is Systems Thinking? - Peter Senge Explains Systems Thinking Approach And Principles | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
What Is Systems Thinking? Whenever I’m trying to help p …

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William Hoefle and Philip Marris talk about Throughput Accounting - 7 min. video

Right after the July 2017 TOCICO conference in Berlin, Philip Marris invited William Hoefle as a "guest of Marris Consulting". In this video, Philip and William chat about Throughput Accounting, which is more a "Throughput-based decision making" tool.

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How to identify the constraint of a system? Part 5 | Chris Hohmann

How to identify the constraint of a system? Part 5 | Chris Hohmann | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it

[...] This is part 5 of a series of posts about identifying the constraint of a system and time for wrapping up and a conclusion  (of the series, not the topic!). Newcomers to Theory of Constraints understand quite easily the concept of bottleneck but are frequently puzzled when looking for them in a real-life process. Furthermore,…


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How to Create a Webinar Factory: Lessons Learned from The Content Wrangler

How to Create a Webinar Factory: Lessons Learned from The Content Wrangler | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
The Content Wrangler is a San Francisco-based global digital media company that exists to help organizations adopt the tools, technologies, and techniques they need to connect content to customers. A small shop with two employees, The Content Wrangle
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Managing peaks as a strategic issue | Eli Schragenheim

Managing peaks as a strategic issue | Eli Schragenheim | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
Most organizations face few peak demand periods and much longer off-peak periods.  A peak is defined as a surge of demand that is above normal fluctuations.  The throughput generated during the pea…

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How to identify the constraint of a system? Part 1 | Chris Hohmann

How to identify the constraint of a system? Part 1 | Chris Hohmann | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
A very common question once people get familiar with Theory of Constraints and the notion of bottlenecks and constraints is how to find them in a process. Identifying the constraint is key as the c…

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Common trouble: How to differentiate obstacle and real constraint?
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Donella Meadows recommendations for how to dance with and intervene in systems | Daniel C. Wahl

Donella Meadows recommendations for how to dance with and intervene in systems | Daniel C. Wahl | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
Donella H.Meadows was one of the co-authors of the 1972 Club of Rome Report on Limits to Growth which contributed to putting the issue of sustainability on the agenda of business and governments. She…

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Demand Driven World 2018, Frankfurt, Germany - 11-12 October 2018

Demand Driven World 2018, Frankfurt, Germany - 11-12 October 2018 | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it

The annual Demand Driven World™ Conference by the Demand Driven Institute (DDI) is the leading Demand Driven event in the world.  Featuring thought leaders from around the globe participants will hear the results, latest research and cutting edge ideas in the Demand Driven space.  DDI's emphasis on pragmatic education and "thoughtware" makes the event focused on moving people and organizations forward accounting for their unique circumstances and environments.  With 39 available sessions, including seven case studies from industry leaders, Demand Driven World™ 2018 will be the largest Demand Driven World™ ever.  Bring a team and learn how your organization can become a Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise.


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Advanced Multi-Project Management by Kendall & Austin (Recommended)

Advanced Multi-Project Management

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Advanced Multi-Project Management presents the full strategy and detailed tactics needed to correctly accelerate and synchronize projects for successful execution of an increased number of projects with the same resources, delivering them on time, on budget, and within original scope.

Provides a proven step-by-step approach to achieving vastly improved multi-project management results. Outlines the 10 essential steps to creating valid project networks and task estimates in a multi-project environment. Illustrates examples of how to define resource skill sets in a multi-project environment and effective ways to align all projects to prevent constant conflicts over resources. Reveals software requirements necessary to support small, medium, and large multi-project environments. Offers downloadable improvement results reported by 59 organizations using these methodologies, a complete strategy and tactics with instructions, multi-project flow simulations, and more

 


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Gerald Kendall and Kathy Austin wrote significant compendium for modern Multi-Project Management. Traditional approach to Project Management , based on based on Critical Path, causes multilevel pressure, local focus on thin sliced tasks and inability to recover time,  remains unchanged in their fundamentals. 
Advanced Multi-Project Management focus attention on perfect readiness before execution start. The aggressive planning of significant tasks (with check list in place of details in low level tasks) with precise definition of IN Entry Conditions and Task OUT-comes (definition of DONE).
Several ongoing projects resources are balanced in "what-if?" Analysis to define the sequence of realization with maximum speed. 
You have a chance to make one of the best investments in your professional career!
Six gears of successful multi-project management are fully presented, together with how-to suggestions. 
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Currently (2013) the most recent CCPM reference book by world experts. You can read an extract at this URL.

Philip Marris's curator insight, February 1, 2015 1:37 PM

One of the main CCPM reference books currently (2015).

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The problem with Performance Measurements and how to deal with them | Post by Eli Schragenheim

The problem with Performance Measurements and how to deal with them | Post by Eli Schragenheim | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
Dr. Goldratt famous saying “Tell me how you measure me and I’ll tell you how I’ll behave” shows one dark side of any measurement: it impacts the behavior of the people involved, actually the behavior of the whole system.  The hope of management is that the impact would be positive:  people will do their best…

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Fragmented Change vs Holistic Change | Ajai Kapoor

Fragmented Change vs Holistic Change | Ajai Kapoor | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
“If we could all agree on one thing, anything, we would be better off” Gaining consensus within an organization is hard. There are many good improvement approaches that have produced results. Personally I have seen the effectiveness of Theory of Constraints. Others may have experienced the effectiveness of Lean or Agile or 6 Sigma or…

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Collaboration, Win-Win and TOC | Eli Schragenheim 

Collaboration, Win-Win and TOC | Eli Schragenheim  | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
This article is broadly based on a mutual webinar at TOCICO.  We have found out that the topic is of special importance and ought to be expressed in more than just one way. People often collaborate with each other. Family, ideology, security and business are good objectives for collaboration.  When the candidates for collaboration trust…

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SAP now supports Demand Driven MRP in SAP S/4HANA

SAP now supports Demand Driven MRP in SAP S/4HANA | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) announced that SAP S/4HANA has new capabilities enabling customers to optimize operations with more responsive, real-time digital supply chains. These new capabilities support Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP), a supply chain planning and execution methodology, and have received certification from the Demand Driven Institute. This release is part of SAP’s overall strategy to support DDMRP across SAP S/4HANA and the SAP Integrated Business Planning solution.

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The TOC Buffers - Post by Oded Cohen | TocExpert.com / TOCPA

The TOC Buffers - Post by Oded Cohen | TocExpert.com / TOCPA | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
The word/term Buffer is commonly used today as reserve, on top of, etc. – generally to indicate a mechanism for protection for the unknown, mishaps and unexpected. Some TOC practitioners have the perception that Buffers in TOC are there just to absorb variability. This is partially true but it is not the full picture, and this does not explain the difference between the meaning of the ‘TOC buffers’ and the conventional ‘buffers’.

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[Important] Precisely Wrong: Why Conventional Planning Systems Fail - Book by Carol Ptak and Chad Smith | Amazon.com

[Important] Precisely Wrong: Why Conventional Planning Systems Fail - Book by Carol Ptak and Chad Smith | Amazon.com | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
At the heart of most supply chains lies a planning tool called Material Requirements Planning (MRP). Invented in the 1950s, codifed in the 1960s and commercialized in the 1970s, MRP became THE way of life for supply order generation and synchronization throughout the world. Yet the people that interact with MRP everyday know that something is very wrong. They may not be able to explain exactly why, but they know that if they did exactly what MRP told them to do, it would have disastrous consequences for their company and their career. What if there was one fatal flaw in MRP that makes it distort the relevant information that planners, companies, and supply chains are desperately seeking? What if correcting this one fatal flaw would allow the promise of MRP to be attained and the bullwhip to be effectively mitigated? Precisely Wrong: Why Conventional Planning Fails and How to Fix It will expose this fatal flaw and trace its impact to everyday situations encountered by planners and buyers and the larger supply chain. Additionally, an elegant solution to overcome this flaw will be revealed. Readers will walk away with a new depth of understanding about conventional planning systems and a list of things they can begin to implement the very next day. This work goes beyond the planning mechanisms of an organization and shows a roadmap for all levels to drive adaptation, protect and promote the flow of relevant information, and survive and thrive in the today’s complex and volatile environment. Features Provides an unique and simple view of the core problem underlying these systems, enabling a company to see a clear and relevant planning picture. Gives companies an essential description of the most known and pervasive issue in supply chain called the “bullwhip effect”, and how it relates to the core problem.

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Microsoft End-to-End Supply Chain [...] Design, Testing and Implementation [using ToC] – AnyLogic Simulation Software

Microsoft End-to-End Supply Chain [...] Design, Testing and Implementation [using ToC] – AnyLogic Simulation Software | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
In 2015, Goldratt Research Labs was contracted by Microsoft to design, validate, pilot and implement an end-to-end Supply Chain Management solution based on Theory of Constraints (TOC) best practices. It meant to design and test a self-configurable supply chain simulation model for identifying improvement gaps and comparing past performance with the performance of what-if scenarios.

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Using Thinking Processes for Deciding on Market Strategies - 30 min. conference by Oded Cohen | TOCPA Helsinki March 2017

31st International TOCPA Conference, 9 March 2017, Helsinki, Finland Using Thinking Processes for Deciding on Market Strategies Oded Cohen

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Elevate the Constraint - Post by Boaz Soifer | Magazine-solar-distribution-us.baywa-re.com

Elevate the Constraint - Post by Boaz Soifer | Magazine-solar-distribution-us.baywa-re.com | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it
[...] Eliyahu Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints provides a productive way to apply constraint-thinking: Only one constraint matters at any given time. To “deal with” it, you take the following four steps, in this order: “Identify” it “Exploit” it  [...]  Let’s take, for example, a scenario in which a contracting company’s strategic goal is to become the most trusted expert in meeting customer expectations throughout the installation process. [...] The functional teams in the company are: In the above team example, let’s pretend the constraint in the organization is Project Management. [...]

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Why you cannot ignore Theory of Constraints – FiveToFifty / South Africa

Why you cannot ignore Theory of Constraints – FiveToFifty / South Africa | CCPM = Wieloprojektowa skutecznosc | Scoop.it

There are three primary reasons why I believe that businesses that are not considering the Theory of Constraints as core to their management approach, cannot afford to ignore this much longer. These are: Results, Competitive Advantage, and Speed of achieving both results... [...]

Our vision at 5-2-50 (pronounced Five To Fifty) is to eradicate poverty through ensuring that there is a good job available to every woman and man on earth who is able and willing to work.


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