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Scheinkopf webinar - 8/23/2012
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When: 8/23/2012
From 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM PDT
Contact: Jessica Banks

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Lisa Scheinkopf presents
"Linear High Touch Time: A New TOC Application"
About the Webinar:  When companies manage their production according to DBR, and their projects according to CCPM, they improve performance –  they improve the flow of the goods or services they provide, and in the process become much better at meeting the commitments they make to their clients, and significantly increase their productivity.  However, there are many companies that have operations that are considered "production,” but have some characteristics that could be characterized as "more projects than production” – for example, instead of  touch time which is negligible relative to the lead time, their touch time comprises 20% or more of the lead time.   Or, they have operations that are considered "projects”, but have some characteristics that could be characterized as "more production than projects” – for example, instead of a highly complex "A” type flow structure to build what they sell, they have a much simpler, more linear type of process.
About the Presenter:  Lisa Scheinkopf is a Director of Goldratt Consulting, and is recognized worldwide as a leading Theory of Constraints (TOC) authority.  Lisa worked with Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt in developing the TOC Thinking Processes, is the author of the definitive TOC reference, Thinking for a Change: Putting the TOC Thinking Processes to Use (St. Lucie Press, 1999), and is a contributing author to the TOC Handbook (McGraw-Hill, 2010). Her articles have been published in a variety of industry and professional publications, and she has a long history of public speaking on TOC. With over 25 years management and consulting experience, Lisa is a past Board Member and Chairperson of TOCICO, and has an MBA in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.