A new version of my software to support the TOC thinking processes was released today. The improvements will soon come to the IBIS and Concept Map variants as well.
Key changes are the keyboard controls and spellchecker. If you want to learn more about the software then have a look at the dedicated page for the software.
I found a little gem to share: http://www.jackvinson.com/blog/2017/11/12/whose-success-do-i-worry-about. It’s a simple twist that changes your perspective. Think about your customers needs, not your needs if you want to succeed in the long run.
On a related note, sometimes I observe the same mentality within a company where I see decisions made that seem to serve personal interest more than the interests of the company. It seems to have less negative impact as these people tend to change their customer base completely whenever they are switching jobs.
I am a big fan of Theory of Constraints (TOC). I read the book “The Goal” years ago – actually after I was presented the great application “Flying Logic”. Ever since then was I wondering why Flying Logic is so expensive. It is such a great tool and so applicable to many kind of issues – but simply too expensive. When I was starting with the Visual Thinking for IBIS application did i have Flying Logic in mind. I wanted a Mac tool that is similar to Flying Logic, but easier to use.
I have now done a big step in that direction. I have released the first version of “Visual Thinking with Theory of Constraints“. It is an early release as the visual language is more complex and will need some adjustments. Next problem is that TOC has several different diagram types and the app needs to cater for it. But, I have a workable first version.
Please add comments to the project page.
I have been able to use the Visual Thinking with IBIS code in order to create another useful little program: An editor for Concept Maps. Please find a short description at my software page.