Theory of Constraints (ToC)

Can local efficiency be an obstacle on the way of global efficiency? Yes it can.

In order to achieve maximum and consistent returns with Lean Six Sigma, combine LSS with systems thinking and TOC into a single continuous improvement approach. The theory of constraints is an important tool for improving process flows. The implications of the theory are far reaching in terms of understanding bottlenecks to a process and better managing these bottlenecks to create an efficient process flow

From founder of Theory of Constraints (ToC)

Goldratt in MBA in one day:

For types of constraints

Best seller novel of Goldratt about ToC

3 bottle demonstration for bottleneck and ToC

Relation with six sigma


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