Posted by: seattlelogogogue | November 6, 2008

The Theory of Constraints Applied to Formation of a Retail Sales Division

The main objective of all for-profit businesses is to make money. Some businesses are able to do this better than others. Why? Different management theories suggest numerous explanations. Goldratt and Cox introduced the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in 1984. The theory looks at the practical aspects of business operations to identify and solve problems directly related to making money.

 

 

 

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  1. Found your post via a search for articles on TOC. I am also local to Seattle.

    I have many years of experience with TOC. I believe TOC offers a number of ways in which local government can be improved.

    If you’re so inclined, please consider checking out my blog at http://redcurve.wordpress.com .

    Also, if you’re looking for writing work, I’d welcome the opportunity to talk with you.

    Best,

    John Sambrook
    Common Sense Systems, Inc.
    Woodinville, WA, 98072

    http://common-sense.com


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