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SOUL makes our Theory of Constraints  solution superior!


When it comes to filtering where your attention needs to focus, what is the highest risk and what is the lowest, our Theory of Constraints (TOC) methodology based on SOUL variables, gives you the answers. It is unequaled when supporting both operations and project management environments. Our TOC methodology is active within hours and without implementation hassles. TOC provides results that are objective and straight-forward.


The key to our SOUL specific Theory of Constraints methodology is the implementation of algorithms that integrate time, money and quality of a customer deliverable with the experience, skills and motivation of the workforce. This makes our TOC process leadership focused. When a constraints analysis is performed, various reports and dashboards are provided to determine severity and target solutions. This allows the manager to transforms TOC data into leadership knowledge. That's another reason why we say our TOC solution is superior!!


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The SOUL Difference:

Other Theory of Constraints approaches provides weighted values that miss some of the most important aspects related to your company's success. When using a Theory of Constraints approach, you need to weight the following factors in your least to most constrained analysis:

(1) People being set up to succeed,
(2) People being able to handle the unexpected, and
(3) People being able to support each other when faced with severe challenges.

These factors directly affect whether your Theory of Constraints calculations are giving you complete, accurate information to make improvements.

Theory of Constraints analysis need to be significantly based on these people variables. And these variables make or break an organization’s ability to be successful. Our SOUL’s people-focused architecture as applied to Theory of Constraints changes all of that!


  SOUL consists of measurement and problem solving techniques that are used by teams to naturally achieve desired business goals - turning your teams into employee superheroes.


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Access and Correct Issues with Efficiency and Highest Impact


Our Theory of Constraints methodology allows you to assess a process, project, operation or program, with a push of a button. If people are involved in situation that requires actions, then our technology knows how to provide a Theory of Constraints analysis. The assessment provides a detailed analysis that ranks the activities or tasks from the least to most constrained in terms of reliability and risk to perform. Additionally, the technology can facilitate a group to determine how these most constrained tasks can be resolved, sometimes within minutes, providing a dramatic and simple approach to improving quality, reducing costs and increasing productivity. Each constrained task or activity is both quantitatively and qualitatively analyzed. Time, money and quality are part of the constraint variables.


Our TOC methodology combines SOUL with “Average Performance Range and Index” (APRI). This allows and analysis to specifically focus on managing the identification and improvement of all constrained tasks and activities it analyzes using statistical analysis algorithms.


This TOC unique approach reorganizes and creates a dashboard, listing of all tasks analyzed, based on least critical grade starting with an A. Grades of A and B are considered creative asset grades. Tasks that might be used or combined creatively to support lower graded tasks. The TOC process lists tasks in terms of a green, yellow and red color code based on these A to F grades. As and Bs are green. Cs are yellow. Ds, Es, and Fs are red circle. The technology ranks As, Bs, Cs, Ds, Es and then finally Fs. Time is a factor involved with ranking, soonest being more critical as a tie breaker.


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