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2010 Seminar 2

Topic:  Solution for Profits = TOC + Lean + Six Sigma Synergy

Date:  4th August 2010 (Wednesday)

Theory of Constraints (TOC), Lean Management (LM) and Six Sigma (SS) offer a versatile and formidable basis for launching improvements that can signficantly impact business performance and excellence.  Continuous improvement efforts depend on critical diagnosis and analysis that are comprehensive and thorough.  Such is the product of the synergy that is inherent in TOC + Lean Management + SS.

We are pleased to have Mr. Henry Soo, Managing Director of Data Develop Consulting Ltd., Director of Operation - ISCEA, Vice President of Six Sigma Society Hong Kong to share with us how to combine all the top 3 management philosophies together.  Mr. Henry Soo is a Certified Practitioner by TOCICO (Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization) in Supply Chain Logistics and TOC Fundamental and a Trained Project Manager (by Goldratt Consulting and Goldratt Schools).   He is also a Certified Lean Master by ICSEA US and a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt by IAQC.  He has over 20 years experience of implementing enterprise software in companies throughout Greater China, provides a range of services to highlight the power and capability of TOC, Lean, Six Sigma, ERP recovery and SCOR modeling. 


  • Why TLS
  • TOC, Lean and Six Sigma - what are they?
  • How to use TLS to get breakthrough result
  • TLS Case Study

The seminar is well received by over 40 participants.  We would like to express our sincere thanks to Henry.




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