Dr. Domenico Lepore speaks about how organizations must change shape to embrace and fully exploit new technology.
"A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive
and move toward higher levels."
Unlock the potential of your organization
a network of synchronized projects
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Unlock the potential of everyone in your organization
In the Digital Age, what matters most is speed of flow. Silos block the flow of processes, communication and innovative thinking.
We accompany people in the shift towards accelerating flow based on win-win collaboration and transparency.
We guide organizations to overcome silos and unlock their potential through designing their processes and projects for correct interdependencies and scheduling the competencies available towards achieving the goal on time and within budget.
In our 20 years of on-the-field implementations, we have built the day-to-day practices, the methodology and the organization design – Network of Projects – to support the transformation. We address the cognitive challenges of the change process and use network thinking for complexity.
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Current organizations underperform due to silo thinking. Leaders and managers must acquire a whole-system perspective. This book provides the overview, knowledge and tools to create a practical shift to a systemic organization for 21st century management. The “Theory of everything” for management; an evolved and more scientific Fifth Discipline plus field book for contemporary managers.
Everything is connected
A method for shifting towards a systems view and practice to promote sustainable network wealth
Education-based consultancy on managing variation and constraints and the Network of Projects approach to management
Access free articles and resources for a systemic approach to management
Managing complexity and discovering extra capacity through your constraint
Managing complexity can create anxiety because complexity suggests a lack of control. Managing an organization around a constraint and managing variation allows control over the entire organization through radically heightened focus.
Simply by introducing Drum, Buffer, Rope from the Theory of Constraints, identifying a physical constraint and subordinating to that constraint, an organization will gain at least 30% capacity without added investments. Introducing even just this one aspect of systemic management alone creates a huge result.
The traditional, non-systemic approach is to demand maximum “efficiency” from all parts of an organization and production process, whereas our systemic management approach, combining Deming with the Theory of Constraints, only requires maximum efficiency from the constraint and therefore:
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Our fast-paced, informative business novel
‘The Human Constraint’
a book about personal and business transformation
by Angela Montgomery, PhD
“I think the book is brilliantly written, much more engaging than the Goldratt books. It sort of captivates one with a sense of wanting to see what’s going to happen next.” GENE BELLINGER, SYSTEMS THINKING WORLD
- A fast paced story with online extra material
- Theory of Constraints and Deming’s management approach
- Over 90 pages of resources in online Knowledge Base
The Ten Steps of our Decalogue methodology combine in a powerful synergy the management of variation and constraints. The Decalogue was developed by Dr. Domenico Lepore and Oded Cohen. Published in 1999 in the book 'Deming and Goldratt: the Decalogue' and translated into several languages, this book has become a classic of management science and practice. It was the first book to be published by Goldratt's publisher that was not by Dr. Goldratt himself.
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Our management books
Our books on how to implement systemic management based on Deming and the Theory of Constraints.
cause and effect change complexity conflict conflict cloud conflict resolution constraint core conflict cloud critical chain Deming digital cowboys economics education fear future reality tree Goldratt hierarchy human resources innovation intelligence Intelligent Management interdependencies leadership learning Lepore Management Training meaningful negative branch reservation network new economics organization organizational design post-digitial Prerequisite Tree project project management Quality statistical process control sustainability Systems Thinking theory of constraints Thinking Process Tools transformation Transition Tree variation