Securing the Future: Strategies for Exponential Growth Using the Theory of Constraints

Gerald Kendall


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Level of TOC knowledge acquired:

Introductory

Length:

352 pages

Designed for:

Business owners and Leaders

Topics:

Strategy and Tactics

Language:

English

Format:

Hardcover and Download

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Today\'s managers encounter tremendous resistance in getting others to buy into change. The ongoing rounds of downsizing and upheaval have taken their toll, leaving a legacy of skepticism. Therefore, managers must not only have ideas, but must be experts at selling the correct answers, information, and measurements to address issues of change.

Securing the Future uses the Theory of Constraints to provide solutions to today\'s management problems. This book documents the step-by-step approach to achieving a strategic vision of long-term competitive advantage, employment security, and customer satisfaction. Using a combination of parable, methodology, and case studies, this book presents an in-depth management road map to exponential improvement in any organization. If you are looking for concrete ideas on how to build the intellectual capital your organization will need in order to thrive in years to come, Securing the Future will show you the way.

Key Features:

  • Shows how to align all parts of an organization to drastically improve performance.
  • Illustrates through examples and methodology how to win the kind of employee collaboration and commitment that drives bottom line results.
  • Provides measurements to be used as an executive tool to navigate the organization to long-term safety and success for employees, shareholders, and customers.
  • Teaches how to use five integrated Thinking Processes to build a competitive, customer oriented, and value-driven organization.
  • Includes seven case studies that illustrate winning strategies and a full set of TOC trees.

Content

  • Overview of the Theory of Constraints - A systematic method for getting improvement across an organization
  • Other improvement techniques and the Theory of Constraints
  • Applying the Theory of Constraints to securing the future
  • Case studies

Today's managers encounter tremendous resistance in getting others to buy into change. The ongoing rounds of downsizing and upheaval have taken their toll, leaving a legacy of skepticism. Therefore, managers must not only have ideas, but must be experts at "selling" the correct answers, information, and measurements to address issues of change.

Securing the Future uses the Theory of Constraints to provide solutions to today's management problems. This book documents the step-by-step approach to achieving a strategic vision of long-term competitive advantage, employment security, and customer satisfaction. Using a combination of parable, methodology, and case studies, this book presents an in-depth management road map to exponential improvement in any organization. If you are looking for concrete ideas on how to build the intellectual capital your organization will need in order to thrive in years to come, Securing the Future will show you the way.

Key Features:


Shows how to align all parts of an organization to drastically improve performance. Illustrates through examples and methodology how to win the kind of employee collaboration and commitment that drives bottom line results. Provides measurements to be used as an executive tool to navigate the organization to long-term safety and success for employees, shareholders, and customers. Teaches how to use five integrated Thinking Processes to build a competitive, customer oriented, and value-driven organization. Includes seven case studies that illustrate winning strategies and a full set of TOC trees.