Goldratt India, a management consulting firm that enables clients to achieve sustainable improvements in profits through the application of Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints (TOC) is hosting a ‘Thinking Processes’ workshop – ‘Simplifying Complexity to Unlock Growth Potential’, on 28th and 29th of July, 2016 in Bangalore, India.
The workshop will provide a step-by-step methodology to surface the limiting assumptions that hold back the industries from reaching their full potential in terms of challenges that they face and how to counter them using tools for problem solving and change management. This will assist the industry by imparting valuable suggestions on how to take the uncertainty of the business and use it as an opportunity for its betterment.
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The workshop will be headed by the expert, Ravi Gilani, Founder of Goldratt India and the person who introduced the Theory of Constraints in India in the late 90s. Evaporating Cloud or Conflict Diagram, first introduced in Dr. Goldratt’s book Its Not Luck (Goal II) is the most commonly used TOC Thinking Processes tool, used to articulate any problem as a conflict, and find the inaccurate underlying assumptions.
Beneficiaries of Goldratt India’s TOC programme in the apparel trade include well-known names such as Gokaldas Images, Myntra, ITC, Arvind, Wills Lifestyle, etc.