Removing Engines of Disharmony in a Project Management 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
Project Management
A road map to bring a project-based
company to be ever-flourishing

Dr. Goldatt presents a comprehensive view of what and how to implement the TOC solution for Project Management Execution.

Disharmony A Truly Competitive Advantage
Original due dates are not met Lead times are reduced
Too many changes Excess capacity is exposed
Fighting about priorities between projects Volume of projects is increased with existing resources
Resources are not available when needed

A step-by-step guide with clear roles & responsibilities
Budget over runs Increased revenue


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