Connecting people through open exchange of knowledge, debate and challenging logic like the links in a chain -
that is, I belief, the essence of knowledge management.

"Never Say I Know" is one of the basic tenets (or pillars) of the Theory of Constraints. It is meant to ensure continuous development through a better understanding of the way the world is and wy it works that way. The late Eli Goldratt (1947-2011), author of the influential business novel "The Goal" and creator of the Theory of Constraints, was also outspoken about the fact that we already have significant knowledge at our hands.

Sharing what we know is an important aspect of continuous improvement of persons and organizations. At the same time we are open for new insights, knowledge and experience.

I invite you to join the Catena Strategies team on the journey along the Chain of Knowledge.



A Revolution in Supply Chain Management

Revolutionary innovations carry great promises; they capture the imagination and motivate people.
Manufacturing, procurement, distribution, and other supply chain professionals are constantly looking for the next cutting edge.

But - how many innovations in supply chain management are truly revolutionary? How many have lived up to their expectations?

Most innovations in supply chain management reconfigure existing solutions and known methods and technologies rather than adding truly new knowledge or practice. Let's understand why that is the case and what can be done about it.


Read more: A Revolution in Supply Chain Management

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