Management Dilemmas: The TOC Approach to Problem Identification and Solutions

Eli Schragenheim


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Level of TOC knowledge acquired:

Advanced and Intermediate

Length:

232 pages

Designed for:

Business owners, Consultants, Executives, Implementers, Leaders and Managers

Topics:

Management Skills and Thinking Processes

Application:

Thinking Processes

Language:

English

Format:

Download and Hardcover

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Author Eli Schragenheim offers an informative and enjoyable self-learning method, proving how TOC can be invaluable at a wide variety of workplaces.

Management Dilemmas: The Theory of Constraints Approach to Problem Identification and Solutions conveys TOC methods through virtual experience -stories of managers and the situations they need to resolve. Take note of the dilemmas they\'re facing.

Think about how you would respond under those circumstances. Then, compare your reactions with Schragenheim\'s TOC-influenced analysis. Associated with Dr. Eli Goldratt (the founder of TOC) for many years, Schragenheim doesn\'t tell how the stories end. Instead, he encourages the reader to try out TOC techniques-especially the need to arrive at the most precise answer by raising the right questions. The conclusions reached today could greatly help your on-the-job thinking tomorrow!

  • Demonstrates how the Theory of Constraints can resolve various Management Dilemmas, with a focused approach to business analysis
  • Explains TOC in an easy-to-read fashion, through short stories • Provides an analysis with each chapter, to show how TOC principles can be most effectively applied
  • Involves real-world problems and situations, faced by many organizations in various fields

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  • Explains TOC in an easy-to-read fashion, through short stories
  • Provides an analysis with each chapter, to show how TOC principles can be most effectively applied
  • Involves real-world problems and situations, faced by many organizations in various fields

Table of Contents

Basics of TOC and How to Analyze a Variety of Cases

When Things Are Going Well, Why Change?

Let There Be Light

A Laboratory for the Repair of Communication

The Profit That Came From the Wrong Product

We Need That Department

Where is My Personal Buffer?

Crocodile Eyes-The Failure of a Great Project

Missing Information

The Perspective of an Organizational Change

Planning the Next Season and How to be Supported by the Information System

Success Can be a Problem, Too

A Crisis at The Small News