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TOCICO International Conference - PROGRAM


July 16-19, 2017
Melia Hotel in Berlin, Germany.

Sanjeev Gutpa - Realization Technologies, Inc., USA

Presentation 1: DBR, CCPM and REPLENISHMENT are standard TOC solutions, all based on the same underlying principles of global optimization. Even though many management situations are not covered by these standard solutions, it's possible to bring the power of TOC to all of them. Using real life examples, Sanjeev will illustrate how to solve any operations management problem using TOC.


If the power of TOC lies in changing the Rules of management from local to global optimization, why do you need software? Answering this question is vital for making the right IT decisions - whether it's modifying traditional IT, buying off the shelf TOC software or building a custom software.

Sanjeev will provide a general framework for identifying software needs and illustrate it for DBR, CCPM and REPLENISHMENT.

Presentation 3. CCPM: MYTH VS. REALITY

"Critical Chain" by Dr. Eli Goldratt was both groundbreaking and deeply flawed book. Focusing on Buffers, Task Estimation, Error Reporting, Student Syndrome and even Multitasking has led many organizations down the wrong path. And even when those organizations achieve results, they don't know why.

Using examples from a range of industries, including engineering, construction, software development and maintenance, repair and overhaul, Sanjeev will demonstrate where the true power of CCPM lies.

Sanjeev Gupta has founded two companies to provide TOC solutions, Thru-Put Technologies and Realization Technologies. Thru-Put was named a Top 5 vendor of manufacturing planning and scheduling software by AMR Research in 1997, and Realization has helped its clients generate more than $4B in additional cash and profits by completing their projects faster. Sanjeev has an BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi and an MS in Management and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University.