One of the catch phrases I hear repeatedly is “Work smarter, not harder”, and this is where knowledge is so important. Teams need to understand what it is they want to change, then what they want to change to and finally, how to make the change happen.
Systems Thinking changes your focus from myopic solutions to outward visionary ones and as satisfying the customer becomes the focus, businesses start identifying how they can deliver a better quality, cost effective product to market at the right time and in the right quantities.
Following my article on balanced vs. unbalanced lines, I have been refining my model for constrained based scheduling and with… Read more Optimising Constrained Scheduling
This last week, I tested a game proving the advantage of unbalanced processes over balanced processes after reading the Goldratt Institute… Read more Balanced vs. Unbalanced processes
Eliyahu M Goldratt: “Show me how you measure me and I’ll show you how I perform” “Each step in the… Read more Measurement as a way of life