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Managing Schools-The Potential Contribution of TOC: Presented by Dr. S. Reiter and Eli Schragenheim
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TOCfe focuses on enhancing the use of TP in curriculum and behavior, for improving the quality of the education. Managers of schools are facing a wider challenge of achieving more of the goal with the same resources. TOC has successfully dealt with the management of manufacturing, distribution, projects, healthcare and public sector. How straight-forward it is to apply the generic insights of TOC to the management of educational institutions? We will discuss this and more in this webinar.

1/30/2016
When: Saturday, January 30, 2016
9:00AM to 10:30AM Pacific Time
Presenter: Dr. Shoshi Reiter & Eli Schragenheim
Contact: Marcia Hutchinson


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Managing Schools – the Potential Contribution of TOC

Presented by Dr. Shoshi Reiter and Eli Schragenheim

TOCfe is focused on enhancing the use of TP in curriculum and behavior, for improving the quality of the education.

Managers of schools are facing an overall wider challenge of achieving more of the goal with the same resources.  TOC has successfully dealt with the management of manufacturing, distribution, projects, healthcare and public sector.  How straight-forward it is to apply the generic insights of TOC to the management of educational institutions?

To show the potential contribution we need to acknowledge the differences between schools and the regular TOC environments.  We need to understand the key differences in the definition of the goal, the ‘flow’, and the difficulty in synchronizing human resources, which believe they are quite independent of the rest of the system in delivering their contribution to the flow.

We will highlight the differences and the similarities of managing schools to managing a typical TOC organization, and outline a direction of the solution to significantly enhance the effectiveness of the school managing director to put the school on the ‘red-curve’ of consistent and significant improved performance.

Dr. Shoshi Reiter is one of the most known TOCfE international leaders and has been a speaker in the TOCICO conference in Germany, 2013. 

Eli Schragenheim is a known figure in the TOC community.  He received the TOC Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014.