Some Summer Reading for Whole System Change

Some Summer Reading for Whole System Change

By Discovery Lean Six Sigma

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The famous “brioche con gelato” in Salerno, Italy.


As we take a few days off mid-August Italian style, we wish all our subscribers and readers a serene and regenerating summer period.

We will be back soon with our regular blog. In the meantime, here is a selection of some of our most popular posts on whole system change so far this year:

The Transformational Message of Deming for Today’s Fragmented World

The Age of Incompetence? How to Put Competence First

Moving the chains: Rethinking Competitiveness in the Digital Age

The One Principle You Cannot Ignore for 21st Century Business Success

A Global Forum for an Inspiring Future – Horasis

Flatter, Faster, Fairer – Operational Changes for a Flatter Organization

Can Systemic Thinking Save the World?


Why We Get Stuck on the Path to Change – The Human Constraint


Leaders and managers are facing unprecedented change in the Digital Age. To compete they must shift to a systemic mindset and way of conducting operations. We work alongside CEOs and Executive Teams to support the shift towards more effective, systemic strategy and operations. Our books include ‘Deming and Goldratt: The Decalogue‘, ‘Sechel: Logic, Language and Tools to Manage Any Organization as a Network’, ‘The Human Constraint‘, ‘Quality, Involvement and Flow: The Systemic Organization’ , and now ‘Moving the Chains: An Operational Solution to Embrace Complexity in the Digital Age‘ .We support our international clients through education, training and the Ess3ntial multi-project software using Critical Chain to schedule competencies and unlock the potential of human resources. Based on our proprietary Decalogue methodology.

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By: angela montgomery
Posted: August 16, 2019, 3:38 pm

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