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Two Critical Flows

Learn more about two critical flows — “now” and “in the future” — and their constraints.

Bruno Pešec
Bruno Pešec
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Two Critical Flows

Learn more about two critical flows — “now” and “in the future” — and their constraints.

Watch Eli Schragenheim, and Philip Marris, of Marris Consulting, discuss:

  • world of constraints now;
  • is policy a constraint;
  • what is a constraint;
  • constraints and flow of delivery, money, material, information;
  • two critical flows;
  • what is constraining the flow of improvement initiatives;
  • management attention as the ultimate constraint (link);
  • criticism of TOC’s short term orientation

You can see more videos by Marris Consulting here.

This post was originally written for The Lean Presentation.

Theory of Constraints

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