R.B. Vollum & Associates R.B. Vollum & Associates - Theory of Constraints in Action - Profile

R.B. Vollum & Associates - Theory of Constraints in Action - Profile

R.B. Vollum & Associates is in its third decade of helping companies adopt the Synchronous Flow Management - Theory Of Constraints process of ongoing improvement. The emphasis is on action, performance, results - not theory.

Robert B. Vollum, 2007

R.B. Vollum & Associates - Theory of Constraints in Action


Who We Are Back in the '70s, Bob Vollum thought he knew how to run a company. He was in the top spot for 10 years and by most measures was deemed a success. His career defined "fast track": division President by thirty-two...group President in his mid thirties...retired at forty-two, having formed and sold a vibrant manufacturing company in the interim. He knew all the tricks to turn a profit.

Today, his energy is devoted to convincing managers NOT to do things as he had done and to teaching them how truly to make a difference. The "tried and true" traditional methods can't hack it in today's fast paced, cut-throat competitive, world-wide marketplace. Companies must be able to turn on a dime with performance that was almost incomprehensible less than ten years ago.

R.B. Vollum & Associates is in its third decade of helping companies adopt the Synchronous Flow Management - Theory Of Constraints process of Ongoing Improvement. The principles of constraints management are so powerful that even this far into the game, managers are rarely prepared for the degree of improvement possible or the speed with which it can happen.

We take great pride in the extraordinary success of our clients.

 

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Sound
Familiar..?
How much inventory should I maintain and where should it be located for the greatest competitive edge?

Can I reduce operating expenses without hurting customer service?

What product designs and mix will generate the most money? What will be the impact of constraints?

Which capital investment decisions will generate the expected return and which will just waste money?

Is it possible to make more money by reducing the selling price while increasing product cost?

What selling prices will ensure maximum company profit? Which products should my salespeople push?

How can I turn cyclical markets and economic downturns to my advantage and profit?

What truly constrains my company's competitiveness and growth? How can I turn these constraints into economic power points?

 

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Us for
Answers!

R.B. Vollum & Associates
P.O. Box 206
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006


Voice: (215) 784-9011
Fax: (215) 830-9762
Email: info@rbvollum.com

 

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