In the last episode on Mystery Analysis, we set the groundwork for why and how to do an analysis that would help us reveal the causality behind our post-implementation results. This episode goes into details of these methods and subsequent steps to be followed.
How to decipher new knowledge using rigor of scientific thinking when solutions in organizations don’t deliver as per expectation. In the last episode of the Thinking Process series, we had promised to discuss about ‘Mystery Analysis’.
Can Theory of Constraints address non-linear causality? Let understand how to demystify linear and non-linear causality
What really is a ‘constraint’ as referred to in Theory of Constraints? The dictionary defines a constraint as a limitation, a restriction, or an obstacle
Chronic problems stay unresolved due to inherent conflicts in resolving them. Conflicts manifests as design contradictions or in interpersonal issues. Is there an approach to resolve these conflicts and contradictions?
TOC thinking process makes an extremely helpful tool for anyone, especially managers and leaders
Find out how to overcome bias in decision making by using the right thought-ware. Bad decisions can have long standing consequences. This episode explains how to use deductive reasoning to avoid common traps in analysing problems and making decisions
Theory of Constraints thinking takes a very different and much deeper approach to reach the core issue involved. This episode will help us understand why a mindset of ‘synthesis’ is imperative to find the core conflict of a system and to design breakthrough solutions
Theory of Constraints is a body of knowledge often defined as a powerful yet simple management philosophy that suggests that output of a system is always limited by the constraint of the system. This episode will help us to understand how we can think clearly and develop breakthrough solutions
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