Marris Consulting, a company focused on improving sustainably the performance of manufacturing and process industries
We have over 25 years of experience of combining the Theory Of Constraints (TOC) with Lean to go faster and further: 1 + 1 = 3
We help our clients reach and maintain ambitious levels of performance by combining actions on processes, organization, methodologies, tools … and people from the shop floor to the board room.
We are recognized experts in Constraints Management. We promote an integrated approach that combines Theory Of Constraints (TOC) to identify where to act and Leanand Six Sigma to improve performance.
We also use TOC's Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) approach to boost project performance especially for New Product Development portfolios. We sometimes combine this with Lean Engineering (a.k.a Toyota New Product Development System).
TOC + Lean workshop in French or English - Paris in 2016
Using the Theory Of Constraints to boost your Lean programme
To better understand how Constraints Management can greatly improve your operational and financial performance and how to integrate this approach into a Lean program. This is the 5th repeat session of this popular event. It will be presented by Philip Marris a recognized expert of TOC and Lean.
Logical Thinking Process 6-day course by Bill Dettmer
From 1st to 8th june 2016 - Paris
Logical Thinking Process, as the name suggests, uses sound logic and a processe to provide executives with an effective method for designing organizational strategy, planning its deployment, evaluating its effectiveness, and making corrections as needed in the shortest possible time. For more informations: Programme
With our extensive experience of different industrial sectors and our expertise in change management we assist companies in all their departments especially: Manufacturing, Supply Chain, R&D and Industrialization, Marketing & Sales …
Philip Marris presents in this video two books about Theory of Constraints, Critical Chain, and Lean in aeronautical MRO.
Video of the month
(En) Eli Schragenheim : 2 types of constraints in TOC Eli Schragenheim shares his views about the concept of “constraint” and the notion of 2 types of constraints: those that determine today’s performance and the constraint that determines the performance in the future.