Session 1 - Operations - DBR, Buffer Management, Difference between Plant type A, type T and type I
This learning tool is an interactive presentation containing detailed knowledge for applying the Theory of Constraints into Operations. Includes examples, case studies and simulations. As shown by Alex Rogo in Dr. Eli Goldratt’s best selling book The Goal, you can transform operations to higher performance levels by changing to the throughout world mentality.
Session 2 - Finance and Measurements - T, I & OE, Throughput Accounting, Five Focusing Steps, Make vs. Buy, Investment decisions
Learn the significant impact of using Throughput Accounting on judging the system as a whole, profit centers, investment on equipment, make/buy alternatives, and product/service profit.
Session 3 - Project Management and Engineering - Critical Chain (CCPM), Project Buffer, Feeding Buffers, Staggering
Learn the significant impact of using Critical Chain Buffer Management and its approach to deal with dependency, variability, multitasking and staggering to significantly improve execution performance results in project based environments.
Session 4 - Distribution and Supply Chain - Pull System and Replenishment, TDD and IDD performance measurements
Learn and understand the Pull System and Replenishment approach to manage and measure the supply chain and distribution system of any organization.
If you are an Academic who is part of a formal educational institution, you are welcome to participate in our Academic Program which allows the Professor/University to teach students about the Theory of Constraints (TOC) using any of the following materials:
- The Goal movie
- TOC Insights
- TOC Self Learning Programs/GSP Series
Our Academic Program offers the Professor/University an opportunity to incorporate TOC Materials, such as the The Goal movie, TOC Insights, TOC Self Learning Programs, and GSP Series, into the course curriculum in order to provide a base of knowledge about the Theory of Constraints, and/or to include cases studies and video presentations from TOC.tv in order to show specific examples of how TOC has been implemented.
Interested parties will enter an Academic License Agreement which grants the non-exclusive, nontransferable rights to utilize the material in their course(s) provided that the Academic Licensee requires each student to purchase the material as part of the required course material. Students will pay a special Academic price which is significantly reduced from the list price and is as affordable as any other required text.
Participating Professors will receive his/her own copy of the TOC materials and is granted access to and use of such materials at no cost for as long as the Academic Program is active.
The benefits of participating in an Academic programs are huge. There is no monetary investment for the Professor/University. The Professor will have access to learning material which supports their course and expands their own personal knowledge of TOC. The students will be learning about TOC with materials that provide detailed knowledge and support and deepen their understanding.
In any case, if the above is not right for your Academic needs, there are Academic discounts available for any of the above materials.
Please CONTACT US for more information on the Academic programs and/or discounts.