New eBooks for TOC Reader!

The Measurement Nightmare

by Debra A. Smith

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This book shows how companies of various sizes have aligned accounting measurements and policies with TOC implementations – and cleared a major roadblock toward adoption of TOC guidelines.

The leading authority on Throughput/Theory of Constraints (TOC) Accounting explains how companies of various sizes have aligned accounting measurements and policies with TOC implementations – and cleared a major roadblock toward adoption of TOC guidelines. Techniques that Smith has suggested, implemented, and tracked at various companies highlight The Measurement Nightmare, especially the “Day to Day” tools she developed to ensure successful implementation.

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Management Dilemmas
The TOC Approach to Problem Identification and Solutions

by Eli Schragenheim

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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!

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Securing the Future
Strategies for Exponential Growth Using TOC

by Gerald Kendall

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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.

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Project Management in the fast lane
Applying the Theory of Constraints

by Robert C. Newbold

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Project Management in the Fast Lane explains how Theory of Constraints tools can be applied to achieve effective, breakthrough solutions in virtually any environment. It includes a complete discussion of the Critical Chain scheduling approach pioneered by Eli Goldratt-the most significant new development in project scheduling in the last 40 years!

The project management tools described in Project Management in the Fast Lane are clearly outlined and will help project managers in manufacturing, construction, and new product development in any field find efficient, practical, and sound solutions to management issues.

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