Le DDMRP pour tous (English) (DDMRP pour tous (English))
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Le DDMRP pour tous (English)

About the Book

                The aim of this paper is not to propose a full detailed version of DDMRP. It is only about a high level summary of the basic concepts. I selected the main chapters of the DDMRP's book of knowledge and I summarized it in one page in order to simplify the reading.

Consequently, if you want to go into further details about DDMRP, the simplest way is to go to the references chapter at the end of the document to get the list of the best DDMRP books.

This book is designed for two kinds of profile:

-          You heard the word DDMPRP and you wish to have a quick reading of the concept before going into the details.

-          You want to share with your team (or your management) an overview of this concept to facilitate the understanding in your company.

However, this document is not designed to convince people that DDMRP is good or bad. Moreover, you will not be able to pass the CDDP certification just by reading this.

About the Author

Anthony Fouqué

I am a Supply Chain Engineer from the Higher Institute of Logistics (ISEL) and graduated from the Normandy Business School. During this last year of school, I discovered Theory of Constraints (TOC).


For 10 years, I’ve been certified in TOC Fundamentals, Demand Driven Planer Instructor, and the Logical Thinking Processes. Additionally to these certifications, I’ve be trained by Carol Ptak in DDMRP, Bill Dettmer in Thinking Processes, Eli Schragenheim in Throughput Accounting & Decision support according to TOC and Skip Reedy in Critical Chain Project Management.


During the previous 10 years, I have been working in Supply Chain positions in complex environments like aircraft and Oil & Gas market. I am also a Synergologist which is a nonverbal method created by Philippe Turchet.

I have written others documents in the same way as this one:

- Nonverbal dynamic in change management process

- The value added of the thinking processes in the change management process

- What if it was not supplier’s fault? DDMRP case study in an ETO environment.

- The management practices in Critical Chain Project Management

About the Contributors

David Poveda
David Poveda

Director Flowing Consultoria

David Poveda. Director Flowing Consultoria. Master Instructor CDDP. Demand Driven Institute Affiliate

Gérald Bouet
Gérald Bouet

Supply Chain Manager

Gérald Bouet, CDDP. Graduate engineer of the Logistics Engineering Institute (ISEL, Le Havre - France) in 2005, I have built my career during 11 years into the Schneider Electric company. Successively warehouse manager, production manager, Lean expert in a distribution center and Supply Chain manager, I had the opportunity to work all along the supply chain and to note all its pitfalls.

Skip Reedy
Skip Reedy

CEO of CCPM Consulting

Skip Reedy. Instead of being at the mercy of unforgiving chaos, be the master of getting complex things done faster and easier than you can imagine. Anything can be a project. During 17 years of implementing Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM Certified) for the pharmaceutical, software, aerospace, manufacturing, construction, finance, and defense industries, I've created a simple system for you to follow called Cruise Control for Projects. Go to www.CruiseControlforProjects.com and find out more.

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