Monthly Archives: September 2011

Do more, faster, and increase sales and profits
Watch what they have done.

By viewing the Project Flow presentations, you will be encouraged to challenge the conventional wisdom. You will learn how leading organizations are using the Critical Chain method to do more projects, finish them faster, and increase their sales and profits. … Continue reading

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Do it yourself
The most precise, step by step for implementing CCPM

With the Strategy and Tactic tool being perhaps the most powerful application of the Theory of Constraints, it is also not the easiest to create. Thankfully, a tool like this is already available for those who operate in a project … Continue reading

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What to expect at Project Flow 2011

Keynote Sessions Industry level issues and trends in project execution delivered by renowned statesmen and experts: Former US Secretary of State, The Honorable James A. Baker, III Gartner’s Research VP and Chief of Research, Mike Burkett More information » Case … Continue reading

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The Goal – Rated as one of the most influential in business

Eliyahu Goldratt’s The Goal is unusual among business management … The Goal is a novel centered on a production manager named Alex Rogo who has three months to turn around a deficient, unprofitable manufacturing plant. The Goal explains the “Theory … Continue reading

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Special Limited Time Offer

The following is an Exclusive Special offer for our CUSTOMERS with the TOC Insights or TOC Self Learning Programs. The TOC Insights and TOC Self Learning Programs have been created to complement one another. They are organized in parts/chapters which … Continue reading

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NEW Healthcare TOC Book!

Performance Improvement for Healthcare Leading Change with Lean, Six Sigma and Constraints Management by Bahadir Inozu Ph.D., Dan Chauncey, Vickie Kamataris, Charles Mount Performance Improvement for Healthcare: Leading Change with Lean, Six Sigma, and Constraints Management lays out an integrated … Continue reading

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The power for the Supply Chain – Moving from Make to Stock to Make to Availability

The power of moving from MTS to MTA for the Supply Chain by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt The behavior of the various actors in the supply chain is dramatically conditioned by the fact that the right inventory is not available … Continue reading

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The Supply Chain – Goldratt S&T from Make to Stock to Make to Availability

The Supply Chain With long replenishment times,   unreliable suppliers, and inaccurate forecasts It can often seem unrealistic to have the right inventory   at the right place     at the right time. The  solution; Prevents both shortages and … Continue reading

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Early bird ENDS September 19th! – Project Flow 2011

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