How It Works In Practice

What if you knew you could boost enterprise performance by focusing on just 3-5 of the hundreds or even thousands of problems, breakdowns, inefficiencies, missed hand-offs, disconnects, and just plain limiting factors — call them “constraints” — that inhibit or limit throughput, value creation, and generating cash? You'd want to know what they are and focus like a laser beam on solving them, right?

Mosu helps you surface and solve the 3-5 most important “constraints” to value and cash creation. And each time they are solved, to surface and solve the next 3-5, and so on.

It is not software or IT. It is not management consulting. Mosu is a coherent management system of insights, tools, and practices that produces significant improvements in value creation, throughput, and net new cash in the business. It’s easy to adopt and easy to use, with a very light labor burden.

Just follow a schedule of simple practices monthly, using a handful of small, cross-functional teams equipped with the templates and training we provide with the Mosu Management System. Mosu’s structure for fulfillment aligns your Senior Team and workforce, and engages them to deliver measurably higher performance.

Low-Burden, High-Impact Monthly Practices

1. Your 3-5 Impact Measurement Teams monitor and report on the workforce’s progress resolving the top 3-5 most important “constraints” to value and cash creation.
2. Your Decision Team evaluates those reports and decides on whether to approve process or policy changes formulated and proposed by the workforce to resolve the most important constraints.
3. Changes are made and take effect to increase value-creation and new cash in the business. Repeat cycle next month.

This simple cycle relies on all other tools in the Mosu™ Management System to systematically generate the candidates for most important constraints (they’re often not readily apparent) and to design technically rigorous metrics to use in the monthly practices.

The Mosu Management System guides the leadership and workforce to identify and measure which are the 3-5 most influential constraints in its enterprise that the Theory of Constraints says are responsible for 70-90% of all the other factors that inhibit throughput, value creation, and the generation of new cash. The Mosu Management System informs the enterprise where to concentrate its optimization efforts and resources (and therefore where not to) in order to convert its own 3-5 most influential limiting constraints into some of the most influential generators of value and net new cash.