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La meta: un proceso de mejora continua. Front Cover. Eliyahu M. Goldratt, Jeff Cox. North River Press, – Business & Economics – pages. Eliyahu M. Goldratt,. Jeff Cox. · Rating details · 45, ratings · 1, reviews. Written in a fast-paced thriller style, The Goal is the gripping novel which is. La Meta by Eliyahu M Goldratt, , available at Book Depository with free By (author) Eliyahu M Goldratt, By (author) Jeff Cox.

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There is a sequel: Although this story is set within a manufacturing environment, its vocabulary can be easily abstracted to todays IT organisations. Jason Convince management at your company that everyone should read it, assuming that they will then buy several copies to share. If, in a previous step, a bottleneck has been broken go back to step 1. Jan 30, Jens Mayer rated it it was amazing. The last eliyshu are especially great ammunition for folks that have to deal with By-The-Book advocates of certain methodologies.

I know people who really poo-poo “business fiction” and many poorly written ones may be out there, but with The Goal, the story is so real and the critical thinking skills are so prevalent that you cannot help but eliyhu pulled into the story. sliyahu

Born in Israel on March 31,Dr. I wanted to love this book. Really it is built around a very simple insight – that the speed of a convoy is determined by the slowest ship, what the book does is demonstrate the effect of consistently applying this insight to the workings of a business.

The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement by Eliyahu M. Goldratt

The latter portion of the book view spoiler [after Alex is promoted to division head and can’t optimize a single plant, but needs to figure out how to optimize as a manager hide spoiler ] starts to address how to apply Theory of Constraints beyond the operations of a plant to more generalized management. These principles completely transform the site.


Really it is built around a very simple insight – that the speed of a convoy is determined by the slowest ship, what the book does is demonstrate the effect of consistently applying this in It is hard for me to find the right tone to review this book, perhaps I’ll open by saying that of all the business books I’ve read this remains the most approachable, and possibly also the best value for money once the case studies in the interview with the author at the end of the book are taken into account.

I really enjoyed listening to the audible version of this book and I would also argue that there’s a lot to take from this book, even if you’ve already read “The Phoenix Project”.

The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement

So, hopefully I pass my test tomorrow. I keep flipping between 3 and 4 stars for this. It seems to me Dr. But a system can only run at the speed of the slowest bottleneck, so non-bottlenecks will by definition have spare cycles, and it’s important to keep them open for the important work and not fill it up with unimportant stuff that will bog them down when you actually need them on the important stuff.

The first addendum is a little piece that basically confirms other people have got this stuff to work. It’s a business classic- first published in – but still relevant as it gets at the fundamentals.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Trivia About The Goal: Alex Rogo is a harried plant manager working ever more desperately to try and improve performance. The next day that big important project is ready to go, but the engineer only needs “one more day” to finish this thing he started. Most books of this nature are exceptionally unrealistic, but this one manages to keep the reader engaged, which is key for an instructional text like this.


A Process of Ongoing Improvementwhich has been recognized as one of the goldratt business books of all time. No, you shouldn’t read it for literature sake. What particularly appealed to me, as a practitioner of process modelling and simulation, was the way that these techniques were used to bring about significant business improvements. The book will goldrat you some hope that a hopeless situation can be turned around with a little ingenuity.

One of the key concepts of the book is that focusing on throughput rather than costs will yield much better results.

It’s a really easy read, simple to follow, and maybe at times a little complexity would have been welcome. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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Preview — The Goal by Eliyahu M. It gets down to the question of: It’s crisp and simple pro If there’s one thing I’m clear on, it’s that I’m very dubious about business novels, in the same way that I am about musical theatre. To me TOC is one of the most under-rated systems out there. By contrast I notice from time to time neta adverts for a UK furniture store which promise the purchaser that they will have nothing to pay for a year, pa years free credit, or even both.

The things that will lead to the business making the most money.