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How To Use This Site It struck me one day, as I was searching, that even in the largest technical bookshops in some of the largest industrialized cities in the world, such as Tokyo or Singapore, we are hard-pressed to find an aisle for operations.
Sure, there is no shortage of advice on strategy, but there is a very real dearth on the tactics that are needed to put the strategy into place. Strategy and tactics are interrelated. Nevertheless, the information does exist, it is pragmatic, and it is very successful.
We just need to know where it is, and we just need to know how to make use of it. This website is about the Theory of Constraints — how to substantially improve an organization, any organization, by moving a group of people towards a common shared goal.
It is an application-based view of Theory of Constraints. The intent is to make much of the available background and practice more readily accessible while presenting it within the broader context of other parts of the general management literature and also my personal experience.
The site is divided into a number of basic topics as shown in the headings at the top of this page, and each of these basic topics will in-turn reveal a list of sub-topics once you click on the topic heading. Start at the start with the introduction.
Then work your way through the topic and sub-topics on the bottom line, the core concepts needed to implement Theory of Constraints are there. Core concepts such as; the goal and necessary conditions, the 5 step focusing process, and throughput accounting.
Thereafter, you will probably want to jump to your special area of interest; production, supply chain, thinking processes, strategy, project management, or healthcare.
All the topics and sub-topics are listed and can be accessed directly from the site map. There is also a table of contents with details of the paragraph headings for every page. In next step you can also find a bibliography, links to other resources, and some biographical and contact information.
But look, while I have your attention, I want to explore a few philosophical issues.
Maybe in the future these issues will find their way into the introduction, but for the moment, this is as good a place as any. You see, Theory of Constraints is pretty cool. If you could just imagine the depth and breadth of the problems that it can be applied to you would be amazed.
I am often saddened by the number of people who immediately discount that it has any relevance to their particular problem. If only they would stop for a moment and try, they would be quite surprised.
If so, you will know what I mean. Why do we use such explicit means? We do so without even thinking about it. Mankind is quite clever really, through speech, and more recently, the printed word we can encapsulate and access the knowledge, experience, and wisdom of others — people from different places, and people from different times.
Imagine if we could only access such things on a personal and one-to-one basis by seeing and doing. Dissemination of knowledge would be severely hampered.
Schemes such as ISO try to make this tacit knowledge explicit, but just end up tying the business in knots instead. Yet we seem to have forgotten about this, we tend to think we can absorb new explicit knowledge and then just do it. And in fact we should just do it, because right then and there we are generating our very own and essential new tacit knowledge.
However, far, far, too often in our modern society we are awash with the needed explicit knowledge and yet we fail to act upon it, we fail to do the doing part. The answer is paradoxical; it is the old explicit knowledge that we know and believe that we have confirmed tacitly that stops us from looking afresh at any new explicit knowledge and then seeking to confirm or refute it.
In a nutshell it is damn hard to be dispassionate and removed and analytical about new ideas; they are always examined with respect to our old ideas.
History is full of such stuff. How would that feel? This website is explicit, and this is necessary but not sufficient. My intent has been to make this website as simple, and as clear, and as concise as possible.
Nevertheless, there have been no less than 4 occasions over the last 10 years or so when my old knowledge blocked me from moving forward.
And I was acutely aware of it each time, and I could only rationalize that, because Theory of Constraints is inherently simple, then it must be me, not the theory that is wrong.Socialism is a range of economic and social systems characterised by social ownership and workers' self-management of the means of production as well as the political theories and movements associated with them.
There are many varieties of socialism and there is no single definition encapsulating all of them, though social rather than individual ownership is the common element shared by its. Figure Ways to organize sub-points within a paragraph. The type of organizational structure you chose does not matter; what matters is that you have a logical flow in your paragraph so that the reader understands your key point and sub-points.
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