We understand the key questions - we provide the answers.


How to handle changes to accommodate all stakeholders, and still make money, without marking the relationship?


How to synchronize all the stakeholders while keeping the flexibility?


With so much uncertainty among our suppliers, our subcontractors, and our clients, how is it possible to finish projects on time and have enough new projects to create significant growth?


Adopting a different way to address challenges generates breakthrough results.

Goldratt Consulting robust TOC methodologies and IT tools, implemented by business leaders with wide industry experience, provides what you needת focusing on your key constraints.

  • Achieve remarkable reliability by applying TOC CCPM project management methodology, accelerating flow of projects and reducing rework.
  • Reduce time to completion by breaking dependencies in planning and execution.
  • Reducing rework and increasing synchronization by applying rigorous Full Kit – Gating Strategy, and frequent Cross Team Alignment.
  • Improve vendor performance by applying a single priority system and flow driven contract management with a win-win approach. 

A Recent Showcase:

MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) has over 500,000 small and medium-sized local construction companies.

Japan expirienced a series of large scale disasters that are still fresh in public memory. The importance of public works is being actively discussed. 

MLIT implemented TOC Project Management in its public construction:  

  • Average of 20% reduction in duration compared with 28% delay in non-CCPM sites.
  • Profit 7% up (average)
  • Average quality points: 80 (where general average is 73)
  • FY 2005 1 pilot run
  • FY 2006 15 MLIT Hokkaido Pilot runs
  • FY 2007 2523 MLIT pilots across Japan
  • FY 2008 >4000 pilots across Japan 
  • FY 2009 >12000 all of MLIT public construction!

Read article Win-Win-Win Public Works Reform Read more

“We strongly remind ourselves of our very important responsibility in public works to secure people’s safety and national land safety. To realize the maximum benefit for society, both government officials and contractors must work together by providing better products with increased speed. This brings benefits to all residents, to government and to contractors and contributes to overcoming the financial difficulties of the Japanese Government. We declare herewith we strongly advocate Win-Win-Win Public Works Reform.”