Goldratt's Theory of Constraints: A Systems Approach to Continuous Improvement
ASQ Quality Press, 1 січ. 1997 р. - 378 стор.
Organizations live or die as systems not processes. Their success or failure is a function of how well the different component processes interact with one another. Real quality improvement isn't possible without the knowledge that comes from an understanding of the theory of knowledge, knowledge of variation, an understanding of psychology, and appreciation for systems. Goldratt's Theory of Constraints addresses best-selling author Eli Goldratt's unique approach to dramatically improving corporate performance, found throughout his books, The Goal (North River, 1992) and It's Not Luck (North River, 1994). This book thoroughly explains the theory of constraints, as well as detailing for the reader exactly how to problem solve using TOC.
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Categories of Legitimate Reservation
Current Reality Tree
Building a Current Reality Tree
Conflict Resolution Diagram
Future Reality Tree
Scrutinizing a Prerequisite Tree
Prerequisite Tree Example I Always Get to Work on Time
achieve Additional Cause apply arrow Categories of Legitimate Causality Existence cause and effect Cause Insufficiency cause-and-effect cause-effect relationship Cause-Effect Reversal Clarity communication protocol complete Conflict Resolution Diagram conflicting prerequisites connection core problem create Current Reality Tree Deployment actions desired effects develop ellipse Entity Existence equipment in commission Evaporating Cloud Existence reservation existing reality expected effect Future Reality Tree goal Goldratt idea identify implementation improvement injection intermediate objectives Inventory Legitimate Reservation logic trees logical tools Management necessary conditions negative branch Obstacle-IO Pairs obstacles opposite condition organizational objectives overcome positive reinforcing loops possible Post-it Predicted Effect Existence Prerequisite Tree Present tense Procedures for Building Refer to chapter requirements root causes round-cornered box satisfy scrutinizer situation solution span of control specific action sphere of influence statement step Theory of Constraints Throughput tion TOC Thinking Process Transition Tree valid weakest link Write
Сторінка 12 - If a system is performing as well as it can, not more than one of its component parts will be. If all parts are performing as well as they can, the system as a whole will not be. THE SYSTEM OPTIMUM IS NOT THE SUM OF THE LOCAL OPTIMA. Systems are analogous to chains. Each system has a "weakest link" (constraint) that ultimately limits the success of the entire system. Strengthening any link in a chain other than the weakest one does NOTHING to improve the strength of the whole chain.
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