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).
Training Throughput Accounting par Eli schragenheim - the 15th & 16th october 2015
What to sell? What price is appropriate? How much capacity has to be maintained?
A two-days workshop leads by the Theory of Constraint expert Eli Schragenheim.
TOC + Lean workshop in French or English - Paris November 2015
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.
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 …
A presentation of the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis methodology that facilitates the identification of the causes and their importance for both products and processes.
"Be Fast ou Be Gone"by Andreas Scherer. This business novel explains how to implement Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM - the project component of the Theory Of Constraints) and the results that can be obtained.
Video of the month
The 2 for 1 rule to reduce WIP To reduce rapidly and simply the level of WIP and thereby reduce production lead times the "2 for 1 rule" is very pertinent. The idea is to launch one new item into production after it has finished 2 items.