What's in the TLS – Theory of Constraints Lean Six Sigma approach to process improvement and how it creates results.
1. Improve the effectiveness of your Lean or Six Sigma Implementation using TLS
2. Discover the root causes of poor continuous improvement program results
3. Learn how to create a continuous improvement process that is aligned with the overall business strategy
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 better performance than Lean or Six Sigma. This presentation will show the root causes of poor CI program performance and a systematic framework to create ongoing bottom line results.
• Systematic Integration of ToC, Lean, & Six Sigma
• Establishing a structure and process to create ongoing improvement
A real life case in which performance was improved by 15% in 15 minutes by injecting some Theory Of Constraints (TOC) into a very Lean Automotive Original Equipment Manufacturer. The main message: the pains and the gains of tearing out the "One Piece Flow Everywhere" page of the Lean bible. This is a 5 minute summary by the CEO of Marris Consulting, Philip Marris, of his presentation during the 2012 TOC world annual congress in Chicago (TOC International Certification Organization - TOCICO). TOCICO members can view the entire 27 minutes on their website.