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Jack Vinson

Jack Vinson

I am an expert in Theory of Constraints and Knowledge Management. These connect at the personal level in the general of Personal Effectiveness. 2 Boys, Boston.
Great presentation from @KristenCoxUtah on their use of TOC in Utah State Govt. #TOCICO14
Eli Schragenheim gets the TOC Lifetime Achievement award. Fun examples of closing "bio's" - Thinks 11 hours a day. #TOCICO14
Curious: why are people auto-tweeting new posts I make?
New post on KJolt: A logical way to talk through conflicts #TOCICO14 http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
New post on KJolt: How mature are you? #TOCICO14 http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
New post on KJolt: Learn, learn, learn #TOCICO14 http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
New post on KJolt: Four Concepts of Flow http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
New post on KJolt: Improving global healthcare with TOC #TOCICO14 http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
Avraham Mordoch talking about a CCPM Maturity Model. Repeats from last year, so far. #TOCICO14
lots of laughs in Schragenheim's talking through the paradigm shifts Goldratt went through: OPT to DBR to TOC to TP to Strategy #TOCICO14
Thank god for Nordstrom Rack. Saved my bacon - I left boys’ dress clothes at home.
At the #agileboston event with Jeff Sutherland
RT @cmswire: Too often we blame the tools But the problem is more often the implementation @oscarberg http://www.cmswire.com/cms... #e20
New post on KJolt: Can't force collaboration http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
Happy to watch #Giro on #bein sports. Announcer just said someone is riding w fractured elbow. Ow!
Woke up at 5:30 with the cat demanding my attention ... and an unusual headache.
Should be fun: @realizationccpm: Realization at TOCICO International Conference (June): http://www.youtube.com/watch... #TOCICO #TOCICO14
Should be fun: @realizationccpm: Realization at TOCICO International Conference (June): http://t.co/Pm5PJfQ7xO #TOCICO #TOCICO14
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New post on KJolt: Kill your computer http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
via @nickknoco Synthesizing knowledge http://www.nickmilton.com/2014... "When synthesis is working well, new knowledge is not buried..."
v @nickknoco: Tacitus claims that during Roman times the Germans too had a custom of arriving at each decision twice, once sober, once drunk
Why can't I just have everything hidden on #MacOS? I like to look at my background.
New post on KJolt: Predictably Irrational - are you? http://blog.jackvinson.com/archive...
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