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Adaptive Systemic Thinking

03/10/2018 au 05/10/2018Adaptive Systemic Thinking  

 

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Adaptive Systemic Thinking

1ères mondiales en France en collaboration avec agilea-formation_format-web
15, 16, 17 mai et 3, 4, 5 octobre 2018
Adaptive Systemic THOUGHTWARE

Carol PTAK

Instructor : Carol PTAK

Content :
The Adaptive Systemic Thinking Program™ conveys a proven repeatable process of systemic problem solving.It enables the executives of a compagny to innovate as described in the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise model (DDAE).

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The Adaptive Systemic Thinking Program (ASTP)™

Driving Innovation and Adaptation

Today the very survival of an organization is subject to its ability to drive innovation and adaptation.  Innovation and adaptation is driven by identifying and overcoming obstacles and risks to the system's ability to manage, grow and sustain flow, many of which often remain hidden under the surface and obscured from view. 

Can Your Organization Think Systemically?

  1. Are people in your organization formally trained to think systemically? 
  2. Do they have a common systemic language and framework to think and work within?
  3. Do people in your organization understand the connections between departments, resources and people?
  4. Are people given enough visibility to understand the connections between departments, resources and people?
  5. Are people discouraged from thinking and offering solutions outside of their area of responsibility?
  6. Do people understand how the different forms of variability affect the enterprise and FLOW through it?

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How does your organization score with these questions?

If an organization's people can’t think systemically then that organization is blind to conflicts and distortions to relevant information at the systemic level.  That means your organization is INCAPABLE of thinking and adapting for FLOW.  Its ability to continue the progression through the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise (DDAE) Model will be compromised.

Install Thoughtware in Your Company

Through a blend of instructive formats participants learn a repeatable systemic problem-solving process, apply that process to a defined topic within their organization and learn and internalize the building blocks for sensing, adapting and innovating across the supply chain (customers and suppliers) for continual ROI improvement. The ASTP™ is intended for strategic level personnel and/or their direct reports.  Examples include organizational, divisional and functional leaders, individuals responsible for implementing and guiding major initiatives, and internal consultants and/or corporate change agents.  The seminar can delivered on an in-house basis to leadership teams.  The program can be extremely effective with leadership teams looking to take and keep the company at the high stages of the DDAE Development Path. 

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About the Adaptive Systemic Thinking Program™

The Adaptive System Thinking Program™ was developed over a 20 year time span and has proven itself across a wide variety of environments.  Based primarily on the thinking processes of the Theory of Constraints the ASTP™ is a streamlined but extremely effective vehicle to learn a process of strategic thinking that will leave an indelible mark on the way a person looks at problems and solutions within a system.

A cross functional team that goes through this program together grows together.  They learn a new way of thinking, communicating and problem solving collectively.  They better see connections across the company and begin to break down silo thinking and solution application.

About the Process

The Adaptive Systemic Thinking Program™ conveys a proven repeatable process of systemic problem solving.

1. Find a systemic problem. Learn how to make the connections across organizational symptoms that are potentially separated by function, location, etc and identify a systemic core problem that results in the persistence of those symptoms.  Many organizations and managers fight the same fires on a frequent basis, waging the same tired battles over and over again.  Intuitively, we know that as long as we continue to observe the same types of symptoms, we are not addressing the real underlying problem.  But, how do we find the real problem?  In an organization or functional area that continues to struggle with the same types of challenges or symptoms there are often underlying and unresolved dilemmas that tug people in at least two directions at once.  These dilemmas often result in a constant and unsatisfactory set of compromises at all levels producing consistently poor or underwhelming results

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2. Spark a breakthrough idea. Identify a specific idea that directly challenges the core problem.  A breakthrough idea allows an organization or an individual to break the underlying dilemmas by attacking and invalidating the assumptions that hold them together.  This yields a place to start in order to build a future state, one that does not include the current symptoms.  It is a solution that is elegant; it is both simple and extremely significant.  The simplicity comes from the fact that we are attacking the symptoms at fewer points (through the underlying dilemmas) and the significance is defined by the knowledge of how the symptoms are connected to and dependent upon the dilemmas.

3. Construct a full and immune solution. Construct a complete solution driving to the required results while ensuring there are no disastrous side-effects.  A breakthrough idea is just a starting point.  Other solution elements must be identified and incorporated to round out the solution and mitigate risks.

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4. Plan to address obstacles.  Develop an implementation path not based on arbitrary m ilestones but on the known and significant specific obstacles to be encountered in the environment with regard to the defined solution.  This path should be carefully sequenced, identifying immediate primary objectives to achieve.

 

5. Implement and manage the change.  Learn a tool set to use with people to facilitate and adapt your plan through implementation. 

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Instructor : Carol PTAK
Carol Ptak is currently a partner with the Demand Driven Institute and was previously a Visiting Professor and Distinguished Executive in Residence at Pacific Lutheran University. Before going to academia she was Vice President and Global Industry Executive for Manufacturing and Distribution Industries at PeopleSoft, where she developed the concept of demand driven manufacturing.
Ms. Ptak spent four years at IBM Corporation, culminating in the position of Global SMB Segment Executive.
A leading authority in the use of ERP and supply chain tools to drive improved bottom-line performance,
Ms. Ptak has an expertise that is well grounded in four decades of practical experienceas a successful practitioner, consultant, and educator in manufacturing operations.
Her pragmatic approach to complex issues and her dynamic presentation style make her a person in high demand worldwide on the subject of how to leverage these tools and achieve sustainable success.
Ms. Ptak holds an MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology and completed the EMPO program at Stanford University. She is a frequent educator at the university level and presentsat many key technical conferences around the world, including conferences in South Africa,France, Israel, Australia, Ireland, and the Netherlands and 11 APICS International Conferences.
She is the author of numerous articles and the books Orlicky’s Material Requirements Planning, third edition, with Chad Smith; MRP and Beyond; ERP: Tools, Techniques, and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chain; Theory H.O.W.: How Organizations Could Work with Harold Cavallaro; and Necessary but Not Sufficient with Eli Goldratt and Eli Schragenheim. Together with Dean Gilliam, she updated Quantum Leap, originally written by John Constanza.
Ms. Ptak has lent her name to the internationally coveted Ptak Prize for Supply Chain Excellence that is awarded annually by ISCEA, the International Supply Chain Education Alliance.
Ms. Ptak is certified through APICS at the fellow level (CFPIM) and was certified in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM) with the first group internationally.
Ms. Ptak was the President and CEO of APICS for the year 2000. Prior to her election as APICS President, she served at the Society in a variety of positions.


The history of Demand Driven

In 2011, Carol Ptak and Chad Smith created the Demand Driven Institute. Its mission is to Advance and proliferate Demand Driven strategies and practices in the global industrial community.

The term "Demand Driven" was pioneered by PeopleSoft in 2002 while Carol Ptak was the Vice President of Manufacturing and Distribution Industries.  When Oracle acquired PeopleSoft in 2003 the term was largely abandoned.  It was then resurrected in 2007 by American Manufacturing Research (AMR).  In 2010 AMR was acquired by Gartner and Gartner used the term as part of what it called its “Demand Driven Value Network” approach.

In 2011 the third edition of Orlicky’s Material Requirements Planning (Ptak and Smith) introduced the initial blueprint for Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning as an alternative formal planning and control logic.  2011 also marked the foundation of the Demand Driven Institute by Carol Ptak and Chad Smith.  The Demand Driven Institute has published several white papers and case studies on the DDMRP topic.  A repository of case studies and white papers on the DDMRP topic are for free available at www.demanddrivenworld.com.

In 2012 the Demand Driven Institute partnered with the International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA) to offer the Certified Demand Driven Planner (CDDP)™ program.  The CDDP™ program was designed provide consistent global standards for the DDMRP approach and to teach and certify practitioners in those standards.  From 2012 to 2016 over 2,000 people took the CDDP™ program on six continents.

In 2013 Demand Driven Performance – Using Smart Metrics was written by Debra Smith and Chad Smith.  This book extended the term across the enterprise into Finance, Scheduling, Shop Floor Control and Strategy effectively defining the Demand Driven Operating Model.  This will be defined and discussed later in this chapter.

In 2016, with Demand Driven Performance – Using Smart Metrics as a guide, the Demand Driven Institute and ISCEA released the Certified Demand Driven Leader (CDDL)™ program.  The CDDL™ program was designed provide consistent global standards for the Demand Driven Operating Model (including DDMRP) and to teach and certify practitioners in those standards.

On January1, 2017 DDI and ISCEA agreed to decouple the education and certification test.  DDI moved forward with the educational element with the Demand Driven Planner (DDP)™ and Demand Driven Leader (DDL)™ programs as official preparatory sessions for the CDDP™ and CDDL™ certificate tests.

On July 10, 2017 DDI announced the development of an extensive suite of professional endorsement certificates on Demand Driven methods including the Demand Driven Planner Professional (DDPP)™, Demand Driven Leader Professional (DDLP)™, Demand Driven Fundamentals Professional (DDFP)™, Demand Driven Supply Chain Professional (DDSCP)™.  In order to focus on these new programs, the Demand Driven Institute ended its contributions to the International Supply Chain Education Alliance’s (ISCEA) Demand Driven certificate testing (Certified Demand Driven Planner™ and Certified Demand Driven Leader™).

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https://www.demanddriveninstitute.com/adpative-systemic-thinking

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