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James F. Cox III, Ph.D, CFPIM, CIRM, holds TOCICO certifications in Production and Supply Chain, Performance Measurement, Critical Chain, Strategy and Tactics, and Thinking Processes. He is a Jonah’s Jonah, Professor Emeritus, and was the Robert O. Arnold Professor of Business in the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia. Prior to his tenure at UGA, Dr. Cox held the E. L. Lowder Professorship in the School of Business at Auburn University.
John G. Schleier, Jr., holds TOCICO certifications in all disciplines. He was President and Chief Operating Officer of the Mortgage Services Division of Alltel, Inc., Executive Vice President of Computer Power, Inc., and Director of Office Systems and Data Delivery for IBM, where he directed major software development projects, sales administration, and financial functions. Mr. Schleier served on the faculty of The University of Georgia Terry College of Business Administration as IBM Executive in Residence and as Executive Professor of Management.
EXCELLENT HANDBOOK - A MUST FOR SYSTEMIC ORIENTED ENGINEERSPublished 4 months ago by Jose Luis Segovia Garza
The book is a good reference for TOC.
I enjoyed learning from the chapters I read. The book is now a reference book for me about Theory of Constraints.
I am in the beginning phase of TOC journey. I found a complete set of full spectrum and that was great for me. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Utkan Uluçay
Great book to learn about TOC - different chapters written by different people so the quality is different for each one - but almost all are considered real experts in Theory Of... Read morePublished on November 7, 2013 by Amir Schragenheim
If you want a quick review of TOC then this book is not for you, because it's goes to the details of the details and it's really hard to skip them, but if you want to get the whole... Read morePublished on September 14, 2013 by Riv
I use it in every aspect I have to work with using TOC. Worth its value by all means.
Not for easy reading but to use in professional way instead
Why is it that I hardly recognise organisations practicing TOC?
So many organisations ignore their constraints. They don't even think about it. Read more
I have spent 5 minutes with this and it sits on my shelf. I was looking for a good practitioner's guide, but this really works more as a compilation of professional papers on... Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by engineer