2018 Thought Leadership series – Lewis Trigger

On 7-9 August 2018 Lewis Trigger, an International Constraints Innovation expert, delivered a number of sessions and a two-day workshop on a practical approach to addressing the challenge of leveraging our constraints in order to do more with less. His presentations and links to additional material are below.

Presentation – An introduction to unlocking value through constraints innovation (sessions for CEOs, senior executives and policy practitioners) (see below)

Synopsis 

In a climate of increasing demand for public services and a clear mandate to reduce costs and red tape and improve outcomes, the Theory of Constraints (TOC) offers a practical and highly focused methodology for creating rapid improvement. 

In this introductory session on Constraint Innovation (CI), international CI expert Lewis Trigger shares common sense, practical solutions drawn from the advanced management doctrine TOC to address the challenge of “unlocking value” via leveraging your constraints be it resource, information, policy, decision making or market constraint (i.e. the public).

Two-day workshop  – Unlocking value through constraints innovation (see below)

Synopsis 

In this 2-day workshop on Constraint Innovation, international Constraint Innovation expert Mr Lewis Trigger shares common sense, practical solutions drawn from the advanced management doctrine TOC to address the challenge of ‘Unlocking Value’ via leveraging your Constraints be it Resource Constraints, Policy Constraints, as well as a Market Constraint (i.e. the public). 

This workshop will assist participants apply practical tools that address their day-to-day challenges to achieve more with what they have and sometimes less. At a strategic level, the challenge is defining what to focus on to improve service to the public. At the tactical level the challenge is to increase output, reduce lead times, improve quality and reduce waste. On a day to day level it comes down deliverables - achieving due dates without compromising scope, quality, and cost. 


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