Removing Engines of Disharmony in a Consumer Goods Environment

Most people do not know and cannot clearly verbalize if what they are doing is essential to the organization. They also do not know how their peers are contributing to the organization. This leads to lack of motivation and lack of collaboration. Further, while trying to perform their jobs they are operating under some kind of conflict. There is a constant struggle between one thing while having to sacrifice something else. This kind of disharmony is damaging for an organization.

  • what is my contribution?
  • what is my peer’s contribution?
  • how to remove the conflicts?
There is a ROADMAP, Capitalizing on Current Operations & Creating a Decisive Competitive Edge
TOC solution for
Consumer Goods
Moving from Make to Stock (MTS
to Make to Availability (MTA)

Dr. Goldatt presents a comprehensive view of what and how to implement the TOC solution for moving from a Make to Stock (MTS) to a Make to Availability (MTA) in the Consumer Goods environment.

Disharmony A Truly Competitive Advantage
Inventory surplus Product Availability – No shortages
Unable to meet market demand Increased capacity
Unreliable forecasting Significant increase in sales and with LESS inventory
Push-type production Pull system Replenishment
Reduced Cash flow A step-by-step guide with clear roles & responsibilities


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