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Solving Problems with TOC Current Reality Trees

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  • Skyscanner are developing internal lean/agile training courses; Laz and Suzzane would like to share the latest with the Lean Agile Edinburgh community.  

    In this course you'll learn some techniques from Goldratt's Theory of Constraints (TOC) that you can use to resolve problems. Find out how to use current reality trees (CRTs) to decide what to change and future reality trees (FRTs) to decide what to change to. We'll use real life Skyscanner examples and you'll get some hands on practise.

    As usual beer and pizza will be provided.

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  • Jean F.

    Sounds great. As a keen supporter of 5 whys, I am keen to understand if/how this is different.

    P.S. there seems to also be a mtg scheduled for March 21st ?

    February 11

    • Laz A.

      it's like 5 whys on steroids, and I'm just closing the 21st of march one ;) thanks Jean

      February 13

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