The Netherlands

100 – 200

Developer and producer of exhibitions and exhibits

Transforming Bruns: A Case Study on Implementing Theory of Constraints (TOC)

Minimized their need for extra capacity significantly.

Reduction of installation budget from 150% to 90%.

High engagement with employees.

Bring autonomy to the shop floor with clear prioritization.

Minimize the need for external freelance capacity

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Established in 1963, Bruns has become a respected family business in the museum industry. Now, they develop exhibitions worldwide. In 2021, a leadership change led to adopting the Theory of Constraints (TOC). This document shares Bruns’ TOC journey and its impact on their operations. Within the pages of this document, we embark on a journey alongside Bruns as they embrace TOC and explore its impact on their operations.

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