Mar
4
to Mar 8

Jonah Program®

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An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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Mar
4
to Mar 6

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Apr
8
to Apr 10

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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May
13
to May 17

Jonah Program®

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  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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May
13
to May 15

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Jul
29
to Aug 2

Jonah Program®

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  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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Jul
29
to Jul 31

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Aug
5
to Aug 7

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Aug
5
to Aug 9

Jonah Program®

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  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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Sep
23
to Sep 25

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Sep
23
to Sep 27

Jonah Program®

  • AGI - Goldratt Institute (USA) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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Nov
18
to Nov 22

Jonah Program®

  • AGI - Goldratt Institute (USA) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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Nov
18
to Nov 22

Jonah Program®

  • Avraham Y. Goldratt Institute International (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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Nov
18
to Nov 20

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

  • Avraham Y. Goldratt Institute International (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Nov
18
to Nov 20

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

  • AGI - Goldratt Institute (USA) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Dec
3
to Dec 5

Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop

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  • Google Calendar ICS

Understanding why "Business" Systems Perform the Way They Do - Planning, Scheduling, and Control for Project-, Production-, and Inventory-based Workflows

The Hanging Fire Expanded Workshop (HFEW) adds a third day to the two-day Hanging Fire Workshop. The HFEW is designed for individuals and leadership teams that want to gain a better understanding of TOC Critical Chain Portfolio Management (CCPM), TOC Drum Buffer Rope (DBR), and Inventory Management (Replenishment). The HFEW demonstrates how proper alignment of actions in planning, scheduling, synchronization, and control significantly improve the ability to deliver projects/products on-time, in-scope, and in-budget.

The objective of the HFEW is to help leaders understand how Dependency and Variability Interaction defines the Lines of Reasoning connecting Business Function Actions to Business Performance Outcomes (T, I, OE), with application to the Planning and Scheduling, and Control aspects of Project, Production and Inventory-based workflows. 

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Dec
3
to Dec 7

Jonah Program®

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  • Google Calendar ICS

An original education offering of AGI – Goldratt Institute, the Jonah Program® has evolved significantly over the last 25 years.  The evolution has been based on new understandings and application-based learnings, with the objective of making it a process that individuals and leadership teams could more easily learn and use to achieve their goals.

We consider our most recent upgrade to the Jonah Program® to be a real breakthrough in this effort. Going back to our roots, we asked why people want to attend the Jonah Program®. Most said they would like to be able to think like Jonah – the character in The Goal who was able to help Alex develop “common-sense” solutions to address his problems. To think in that manner would help most every individual and leadership team to ask better questions and develop better, more actionable answers.

In The Goal, Jonah REALLY understood his subject matter. He knew the underlying principles that drive results in a production environment. He understood how dependency and variation interact to create the typical – probably too typical – outcomes. He knew how to explain this in ways that made it look like “common sense,” and he was able to use that understanding to lead a management team by asking the right questions.

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