Outline of the content:
The learning outcomes:
On completing the session you will be able to:
The program will consist of a combination of presentations, educational simulations, case studies and discussion. This will allow participants to actively engage in exploring how the approaches can be implemented in their own setting.
There are no formal prerequisites although the participants will be guided to read ‘Pride and Joy’ by Alex Knight and will be expected to either have a management/director/clinical leader role in a healthcare system or be involved in analysis and/or performance improvement of such systems. It is also suitable for people leading operational change in such systems.
The course will be led by Roy Stratton who is considered as the leading authority in the application of TOC.
Dr Roy Stratton is based in the UK and is a Reader in Operations and Supply Chain Management at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, where he is actively involved in TOC related teaching, research and consultancy. He is the Director of studies of a number of TOC based doctoral students and the Programme Manager of a portfolio of part time TOC based MSc courses delivered in collaboration with QFI Consulting. Previously, Roy worked for Rolls Royce Aero Engines in an internal consultancy role and has since been actively involved in a wide range of industry-based and government funded knowledge transfer research projects. He has published widely in both professional and academic journals and has co-authored two educational books.
Roy is a chartered Engineer (F.I.Mech.E.) and has been awarded a BSc in Mechanical Engineering (Nottingham), an MSc in Manufacturing System Engineering (Warwick), and a PhD in Supply Chain Management (Nottingham Trent). He is certified in all TOC ICO fields and joint Chair of the TOC ICO healthcare SIG.
This course is free and available to anyone working in the Midlands public health and care sector, e.g. NHS, public health, local authority, ICBs health and care
Duration and start date
One day course
Registration now closed.
For more information about this course, please contact:
Training & Development Operational Lead, Rachel Caswell