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Theory of Constraints Lean Six Sigma Podcast

Last week, I did an interview with Joe Dager of Business 901 on the topic of the integration of Theory of Constraints with Lean and Six Sigma. We discuss how it all fits together and the biggest problem facing managers who want to implement a continuous improvement program.

Why is it so hard to get buy in to continuous improvement?

At the heart of continuous improvement is the matter of change.  In order to improve the process, we must change it.  However, not every change results in an improvement.  We would not bother to make a change if it didn’t result in something positive, yet many changes we make result in little real improvement.  Why is …

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Theory of Constraints Lean Six Sigma – Integrating Tools for Big Results

Here’s a short clip from my presentation last month. Many organizations struggle with their continuous improvement (CI) efforts; achieving real bottom line results, whether in cost savings or increased revenues, has proven to be difficult.  In spite of the widespread implementation of Lean and Six Sigma principles, poor results persist. The TLS process generates 15-20 times …

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