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2/2/2013
When: 02/02/2013
From 8:00 am to 9:30 am PST
Contact: Jessica Banks


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Eli Schragenheim presents
"Discussing the merits and negatives of using TDD/IDD"
 
About the Webinar:  The idea of using money and time together have been raised by Eli Goldratt for quite long time, but eventually did not fully enter the existing TOC applications.  On top of using them as performance measurements, value-days were used in the "flush” concept as a way to assess the desirability of investments.  This concept also practically disappeared from the TOC actual practice. Do TDD and IDD truly work?  Are BOTH equally important?  Is the assumption that money and time are different dimensions true?  Does "flush” give better judgment of investment than net-present-value (NPV)? How do we explain that such concepts that look so prominent have relatively poor actually implementations?
 
About the Presenter:  Eli Schragenheim holds an MBA degree from Tel-Aviv University, and B.SC in Mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  He also studied filmmaking and was an active TV director in Israel before he moved to programming. Mr. Schragenheim is a citizen of Israel. Eli Schragenheim was a partner of The Avraham Goldratt Institute, was a director at The Goldratt Schools and he is the president and CEO of Elyakim Management Systems (1992) Ltd. Eli Schragenheim speaking experience includes three presentations at the annual APICS conference.  Eli also spoke in many other APICS events and in many of the previous TOCICO conferences.