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Creative Output

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 02-02-2018

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Introduction to theory of constraints (TOC) a look to its foundations and evolution of the theory of the restrictions the Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt applications is an educator, writer, scientist, philosopher and business leader. But above all, he is a thinker. Dr. Goldratt exhorts his audience to examine and reimpose its business practices with a fresh and new vision. Eliyahu Moshe Goldratt became interested in the business in the early 1970s, when a relative asked him to help him to improve your small business of poultry production.

Goldratt, alongside his brother, developed a revolutionary algorithm of production scheduling that enabled a production increase over 40% without the need for new resources. The collection became slower than materials purchases and the company went bankrupt. From that fact Dr. Goldratt returned to work at the University. At the end of the 1970s, the brothers Goldratt founded Creative Output, company that developed software for the programming and control of production based on the algorithm already mentioned. This company’s growth was spectacular, being its main clients Grumman, Sikorsky and General Motors.

Since that time General Motors uses the TOC. The experience demonstrated by Dr. Goldratt that his revolutionary method required much more than the implementation of a new software. It required changing the majority of policies and decision criteria that still exist in the companies. Eli Goldratt is the creator of the TOC (Theory Of Constraints), the theory of constraints. Since 1975 he has worked continuously in the rules, concepts and tools for a genuine process of continuous improvement. He is the author of “The goal” (1984), a best seller that uses a non-traditional approach to bring the important commercial information; It is a commercial textbook written in the form of novel, masked with a love story. This book is used as a marketing tool to promote your solution for the production management”.

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