A New Zealand company with a significant proportion of the international market in hospital and laboratory clinical reporting software (staff in 6 countries, 270 employees, $42 M turnover). Typical of many companies, lead-times for new software development had been getting longer and longer the larger and more successful the company became. Moreover on-time delivery was becoming worse. The company had brought Mathew May from Toyota University in the U.S.A. to work with them for one week introducing Toyota methods. However, some staff had prior exposure in the United States to software development using Theory of Constraints Critical Chain project management and I was able to work with the senior software managers over several days to introduce to them the key concepts.
This is a project made by Dr. Kelvyn himself