Tag - TOC

My Business’s Problem Symptoms: I Don’t Know What’s Wrong

I DON'T KNOW What's Wrong! Are you faced with a confusing number of reasons why your business is experiencing a particular problem/s? It can be a challenge to drill down and identify the 'real' problem and see solutions. With YOUR problem in mind, select the link below that best fits your problem. Note: Campaign,...

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Level 3: Production & Efficiency Menu

You can grow your Profits with what you have if you focus on the following streamlining tools. With YOUR problem in mind, select the area below that best fits your problem. Note: Campaign, Skills Module or Leader's Briefings signup may be required for some articles Drill down to the article that provides the...

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I Don’t Know What is Wrong

Are you confused why your business is experiencing a problem? Can't pinpoint the reason?  It can be a challenge to drill down to identify the ‘real’ problem and point to some solutions. "Don't Know" scenarios: Here is a diagnostic menu to identify the major causes of the problems you are facing.  Yellow Belt

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SM5.0 Theory of Constraint (TOC) Find Remove Bottleneck

The Theory of Constraints (TOC) is an important optimising technique that focuses on improving the throughput of work at the (usually) single bottleneck or constraint in the workflow.   This Skills Module draws together a number of the 12Faces articles on the subject.  One research project demonstrated that 89% of improvement...

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80/20 Principle and the Theory of Constraints

This is 12Faces equivalent of Godzilla meets the Hulk! In our language it is the mixing of the 80/20 Rule, which promises up to 16x growth and the Theory of Constraints (TOC) approach, which describes the most liberating aspect of your production line.

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How to Plan Work with Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM)

Some businesses that use project management software like the Critical Path Method (CPM) should also take the time to learn about the much less well known Critical Chain Project Management technique as it has a proven track record for dramatically speeding up projects.  Blue Belt

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SM3.1 De-Stress

Stress is one of the major problems faced by business Owner/Operators. There are straight forward ways, though, of reducing the 4 main contributors to this stress; and they do not take very long to implement.  We show how to convert “distress” to “de-stress”. Typical stress points in smaller businesses are caused by: People: hiring,...

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