Minneapolis Breakfast Club

Explore The Theory Of Constraint With Success Computer Consulting

With Dick Anderson unable to attend this morning, someone else had a chance to take the title Early Bird and of course, it was none other than Robert Sanberg.

President Kelsey Wolter called the meeting to order with a ring of the bell, a moment of silence. We’re still eagerly awaiting her first icebreaker joke as Madam President; can anyone help her?

Today’s Honorary Member in attendance was Russ Bremner.

The 2018 blaze orange directories have arrived! Please take two per member.

There was a Board Meeting today.

Place your votes and make your Oscar Ballot predictions by sending your completed ballots to Chuck Shreffler no later than March 2, 2018 with your $1 entry fee. Completed ballots can be submitted in person, by mail, fax, or e-mail. To get started, print a blank Oscar Ballot here.

Todd Anderson saw long-time member, Clyde Severson, last week who asked he relay a happy “Hello” before his trip to Florida.


This Week’s Craft Talk

Scott Wiyninger of Success Computer Consulting, a previous member of the Breakfast Club through POPP Communications, introduced his co-worker Bruce Lach who presented today’s Craft Talk.

Bruce gave an interesting presentation on the “Theory of Constraint” and how it affects the productivity and profitability of your business. With a few simple examples, he was able to convey how managing constraints could be applied to service-based businesses as well as traditional manufacturing businesses. Many members in the club had questions as this approach leads to excess capacity at some point which is contrary to business school thinking that focuses on maximizing the use of people, plants, and equipment to operate a lean team.

Success Computer Consulting practice what they preach. They have the staff and tools available within hours of your call to help you realize your constraint.

Please Register for next week’s Pot of Gold with Scott Wiyninger by email to scott@sccnet.com  

or by phone at: 763-300-1735.


Today’s Business Exchange saw thanks extended by: Ashbaugh Financial, POPP Communications, Armor Mechanical, Staples Advantage, and Coldwell Banker Commercial – Griffin.

Table Introductions were made at Table #6 by Lupient Automotive Group who shared what they’re looking forward to this spring.

Today’s Pot of Gold was drawn by Tom Ashbaugh and won by Rich Junghans of Lupient Automotive Group!

Tom Ashbaugh introduced our Craft Talk speaker, Scott Wiyninger of Success Computer Consulting.

Next week’s meeting will be held onsite at The Woman’s Club. Our Craft Talk speaker will be Shreffler Law. Table Introductions will be made at Table #8 by Marketplace Home Mortgage.