I found Mr. Athavale’s book “Echoes of Theory of Constraints (TOC)” Volume 1 extremely valuable in guiding process improvement practitioners through the subtle differences and intricacies in understanding the Theory of Constraint concepts. The collection of stories, articles, and white papers, should be on every TOC practitioner’s bookshelf.
I first met Rajeev Athavale, on the LinkedIn Lean Six Sigma Group open forum discussions. I am the owner of the Lean Six Sigma group with over 200,000 members. We shared numerous discussions around Theory of Constraint, Operational Excellence, Lean Six Sigma, and Business Process Improvement.
The Echoes of Theory of Constraints (TOC) - Volume 1 is an ebook with a carefully selected anthology of the most valuable TOC Articles contributed by well-known and respected TOC authors from all over the world.
It’s ideal for the TOC enthusiast, whether new to TOC or an expert in TOC practice.
Rajeev Athavale all found seams and traces of TOC gold scattered all over the web – echoes and extensions of the magnificently simple and profound concept so well-articulated and conveyed by Eli Goldratt.
“Echoes of Theory of Constraints (TOC)” gathers some of the best of these echoes together into a single easily accessible resource that you can refer to when you want to be reminded of an insight or to browse occasionally to refresh and extend your own mastery. It will also help to grow your clients’ insights into Theory of Constraints, making it easier for you to help them capitalize on those insights even further.
If you are a Theory of Constraints enthusiast, practitioner or expert, “Echoes of Theory of Constraints (TOC)” will make a valuable addition to your library and potentially be the key to growing your clients’ grasp of the huge benefits of the constraint-focused approach and philosophy.