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The “Theory of Constraints” was presented by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and Jeff Cox in their book “The Goal”, from 1984, being initially imagined for a manufacturing process. However, the idea that the productivity of any process is limited by its most critical subcomponent (or constraints) can be extrapolated to other realities, including the provision of professional services. In this article, we will understand a little […]
In today’s article, we will talk about a very important measure for any type of business: your customer’s feeling of satisfaction with your product, service or company. But why measure satisfaction? Can’t I just give my best, always? It is expected, of course, that every operation that serves internal or external customers is in constant effort to improve their service. But the truth is that […]
One of the biggest productivity challenges of an operation process is communication, especially the team’s internal communication. When a team does not have an adequate standard of internal communication, its customers end up suffering from the lack of standardization and delays. In this text, we address some of the most common problems with teams’ communication patterns, their impacts on management and some tips for you […]