Denver, CO, June 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Many businesses today are looking for an innovative yet proven method to create full visibility in their supply chains- from beginning to end- so that they know where their products and services come from and go to at all times. In addition, businesses are searching for ways to improve the flow of their projects in order to bring them in consistently ahead of schedule.
Delegates who attend the Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization (TOCICO) Annual Conference scheduled for September 6-9, 2015, in Cape Town, South Africa will gain an entirely new perspective of how they can transform their supply chain and management of projects through the use of Theory of Constraints (TOC) Supply Chain Logistics (SCL) and Critical Chain Project management (CCPM).
Companies implementing SCL and CCPM deliver projects and services on time or ahead of schedule 90% of the time and are able to reduce the project lead times by 40-50%. Those who attend the conference will have many opportunities to listen to, and network with, top TOC experts as they explain exactly how to do this and how it has been applied to a wide variety of project environments. There will be over 65 presentations, case studies and How-To workshops for attendees to hear about and learn how they can get their businesses started on a truly transformational path.
It is no coincidence that companies who have projects that routinely complete on time, on budget and in shorter time provide a unique competitive advantage for the company - and promotions for their project managers. Those who attend the TOCICO International Conference will have the opportunity to network with many C-Level managers who have achieved phenomenal success with TOC implementations.
What is the Theory of Constraints?
Theory of Constraints (or TOC) is a holistic management philosophy originally developed by the late Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt that is based on the principle that any complex systems exhibit inherent simplicity, i.e., even a very complex system or value chain will - at any given time- have only one weakest link or system constraint that limits its performance. By employing TOC, one can find and overcome such limiting factors to unlock the inherent potential of any system.
What is the Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization?
Since its origins in the late 1970’s, TOC as a body of knowledge has continued to evolve through the ongoing efforts of TOC experts around the world. TOCICO is the International Certification Organization of Theory of Constraints practitioners, implementers and educators. TOCICO’s stated goals are to provide platforms to further develop the TOC body of knowledge and to offer certification in this body of knowledge.
One such platform is TOCICO’s annual International Conference. The International Conference provides an opportunity for TOC experts and those new to TOC to share and learn about TOC applications and developments through the presentation of actual results obtained by implementing the TOC processes. Areas of implementation are manufacturing, distribution, sales and marketing, project management, service industries (Private and public), supply chain management, IT, finance and measurements, government and healthcare, education (public and private) and the melding of TOC + Lean + Six Sigma (TLS).
To find out more about the conference program including keynote speakers and the wide choice of workshops, presentations and Case studies being presented, as well as registration information, interested parties should visit the TOCICO website at www.tocico.org