Webinar by Clarke Ching Agile and ToC expert
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Clarke Ching hosted a webinar about Agile and ToC



If your Agile is broken then this is how to fix it!


  • Wednesday 9th of December 2020

  • Webinar from 11:00am to 12:30am (UTC+2)

  • Conference followed by a Q&A session

  • Webinar in English

  • Free conference, registration mandatory

Registration are no longer available

About the webinar

Your Agile teams are busy. Busy delivering. Busy improving. Your quality is amazing. Rework is low. The product looks great. Your users love it. You are a high performing team!

But your internal customers say your teams are slow.  This session teaches you how to use the Theory of Constraints to figure out how to speed up, by finding the one thing that’s slowing them down.

This webinar covers how, in an Agile environment:

  • to better control scope creep,

  • to reinforce your relationship with the I.T. Development team’s client,

  • to be able to make commitments and honour them and

  • to decide where your bottleneck should be.

About the speakers

Webinar Agile avec Clarke Ching

Clarke Ching

Clarke Ching is a computer scientist with an MBA who discovered Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints (ToC) in 2003 and has been using it ever since to accelerate Agile initiatives. He is fascinated by Agile and obsessed with ToC.

He wrote the amazon best-sellers Rolling Rocks Downhill and The Bottleneck Rules. Rolling Rocks Downhill teaches 3 things: the fundamentals of Agile combined with ToC; how to use those fundamentals to deliver big projects faster and on time; and how to deliver quietly huge transformations. It’s been featured in The Guardian newspaper and The Spectator magazine. It was one of Barbara Oakley’s top 10 books of 2019. It was the #2 best-selling Leadership book on amazon.com, just behind Steven Covey’s 7-habits book. 

He has been Agile / Lean / ToC expert in: GE Energy, Dell, Royal London (life insurance & pensions), Gazprom and Standard Life Aberdeen among other organizations. He is the past Chairperson of Agile Scotland. He is a lecturer at Victoria University School Of Management in New Zealand where he now lives.

Today he is the founder and Chief Productivity Officer of Odd Socks Consulting.


Photo Portrait de Philip Marris

Philip Marris

Philip started his Theory Of Constraints journey in 1986 when he joined Creative Output and worked with Eliyahu Goldratt, the founder of TOC and author of the worldwide bestseller “The Goal”. In 1994, he wrote a bestselling TOC textbook in French. 
He is also a recognized Lean expert and usually combines Lean (Manufacturing/Engineering/Management) with TOC. He founded Marris Consulting, based in Paris, France, in 2005. 
Half their business is outside of France: in Europe and the rest of the world. He is bilingual and bi-cultural French/English. He is very active in the TOC community. He has implemented TOC over 250 times in over 30 countries. His clients include: Air France, ArcelorMittal, Ariane Group, Embraer, GSK, McDonald's, Osram, Procter & Gamble, Safran, Salzgitter-Mannesmann, Siemens, SKF, TDK, Thales and Zodiac Aerospace.


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About Marris Consulting

Marris Consulting is an industry consulting and training company specialized in the Theory of Constraints (ToC) and Critical Chain Project Management. We focus on improving the performance of manufacturing and process industries by using Constraints Management combined with Lean and Six Sigma. To boost project performance, we also use Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM), which we sometimes combine with Lean Engineering. Our 2-day performance audits, our performance consulting services and our project management, Lean, ToC & CCPM training by our industry consultants offer a wide range of solutions to help our clients around the world reach the highest possible levels of performance.

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