Complete Set of Concepts and Principles Workshop Series on CD-Rom

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Level of TOC knowledge acquired:

Introductory

Length:

1 CD-Rom and 6 Participant Guides

Designed for:

Business owners, Consultants, Implementers, Managers, Academics, Executives, Leaders, Project Managers and Shop Floor workers

Topics:

Ongoing Improvement, Holistic Implementation and Change Management/Buy-In

Application:

Five Focusing Steps

Language:

English

Format:

CD-Rom

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Every system is constrained in some way. Finding the policies and processes that hinder your organization is critical for achieving success.

The Theory of Constraints: Concepts and Principles Workshop Series is a comprehensive training tool that explores strategies for applying the Theory of Constraints (TOC) to increase efficiency and achieve dramatic bottom-line improvement. The complete series includes one CD-Rom and six participant guides. 

The APICS Constraints Management Sub Industry Group (APICS SIG) and leading TOC experts have developed a series of 4-hour workshops which are delivered on CD-ROM for your use. The complete series includes one CD-Rom and six participant guides. Each of the six workshops contains both instructor notes and participant guides along with the instructor presentation composed of over 100 professionally developed slides. In the notes view of the slides, the developer provides additional notes describing and expanding upon the points in the slide. This provides the instructor ample materials to expand on the discussions initiated by the slide. The participant guide contains miniatures of the slides and space for notes. The following Theory of Constraints: Concepts and Principles Workshop CD-ROM series is ideal for company seminars and chapter workshops. The CD-ROM is also appropriate for self-study. The copyright and ownership of the Theory of Constraints: Concepts and Principles Workshop Series belongs to the American Production Inventory Control Society (APICS). Goldratt's Marketing Group is pleased to offer this series as a means to make TOC resources, not solely developed by Dr. Goldratt, available to the public.