An ever-flourishing, community-based healthcare provider improving the performance of the whole system (2014)
Finding the few elements that are irrefutably the cause of poor quality and untimely care across all patients and putting already overstretched staff under unnecessary pressure. (2014)
What stops up providing high-quality, timely patient-centred care? (2014)
What happens when something important becomes increasingly urgent (2014)
How to create wandering bottlenecks (2014)
The devastating effect of local measures on the performance of the whole system (2014)
Applying Theory of Constraints thinking to the assessment unit (2014)
The missing link of quality of care and improvement efforts (2014)
QFI’s article featured in Mental Health Today, June 2013
Article by Norma Beavers on how the QFI approach is helping North Derbyshire health and social care improve the patient experience (February/March 2013)
How the Theory of Constraints can help to eliminate disruption and delay and put patients back at the centre of care. Article in the Public Service Review: Health and Social Care: issue 34. December 2012
An explanation of the roots of TOC and an example of its application in health
TOC - Hoe kunnen organisaties op systematische wijze worden verbeterd?
A Theory of Constraints perspective on unnecessary increases in length of stay
Safely and rapidly
A simple solution to a seemingly complex problem
Without jeopardising quality of patient care, access and fnancial stability
How and why Theory of Constraints (TOC) based time buffer management has contributed to improved patient flow in health and social care applications, by Dr Roy Stratton and Alex Knight
Production concepts versus production applications. The Hitachi Tool Engineering example, by Dr Eli Goldratt.
Michaela Rebbeck talks to Alex Knight about operational measures that are helping companies to maximise their profits.
Alex Knight and Michaela Rebbeck talk to Dr Eliyahu Goldratt about his business novel 'Necessary But Not Sufficient' and his challenge to business thinking.