October 3, 2019
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Good managers use “the numbers” to quantify decisions and proposals. But what if there is a fundamental flaw in the way managers traditionally look at the numbers? A flaw that conditioning blinds us to, but that ultimately leads to decisions and recommendations that degrade the bottom line rather than strengthen it?
If you are measuring product cost, patient cost, project cost, or service cost, it is nearly certain that this flaw is built into the numbers you use.
In this eye-opening class, Lisa Scheinkopf will guide you to see the numbers without the blinders, recognize the flaw that leads organizations toward bad decisions, and open the way for powerful throughput and financial performance.
Lisa Scheinkopf is a Partner with Goldratt and serves as the Global Director of The Goldratt School. Lisa has been at the forefront of TOC for more than 25 years, using her passion for breaking down barriers between people to transform the powerful breakthrough thinking of TOC into actions and results that benefit all stakeholders. Lisa has consulted to companies large and small around the world, teaching and coaching from the top floor to the shop floor, and developed new TOC based solutions that apply across a broad spectrum of industries.
After working with Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt to develop the TOC Thinking Processes, Lisa wrote the definitive TOC reference, Thinking for a Change: Putting the TOC Thinking Processes to Use (St. Lucie Press, 1999). She is a contributing author to the TOC Handbook (McGraw-Hill, 2010) and her articles have been published in a variety of professional publications. Lisa’s passion and knowledge, combined with her unique ability to connect with people from the podium, have made her a popular public speaker on a wide range of TOC subjects. Lisa is a past Chairperson of TOCICO (Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization), and earned her MBA at the Thunderbird School of International Management. Lisa is a 2018 recipient of the TOCICO Lifetime Achievement Award.