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Understanding TOC Concepts: Throughput

The concept of “Throughput” is not new. Nevertheless, its relevance was regained when presented in the book The Goal as one of the three simple accounting measurements that allow an organization determine if actions and decisions are getting it closer … Continue reading

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Understanding TOC Concepts: Buffer Management – Determine whether expediting is necessary

The TOC logistical applications are based on the existence of two facts from reality: dependency and variability. A system is under control if these are managed properly. A key element of the application’s solution to deal with the combination of … Continue reading

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Understanding TOC Concepts: The Layers of Resistance or The Process to gain Understanding and Acceptance

Any TOC solution is a set of paradigm shifts. The successful implementation of TOC requires the mastering of reaching consensus and understanding. But, what is the process that enables us to reach such ambitious objective? Is there a difference between … Continue reading

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New Section! Understanding TOC Concepts: Bad Multitasking

The TOC solution for Project Management strongly addresses the need to eliminate or significantly reduce “bad multitasking”.   But, what is actually “bad multitasking” and what is the difference with just “multitasking” or “good multitasking”? The TOC Dictionary provides the … Continue reading

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