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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The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement
I wanted to love this book. To me TOC is one of the most under-rated systems out there. Focus on making money! If you’re in IT, “Phoenix” will speak more clearly to your situation and will translate more directly to your work and world. People should be working full time right?
The story focused on manufacturing with long descriptions of productivity, inventory flow, and change management, the characters delve into popular science and classical philosophy to arrive at fundamental lessons in management. Eliyahu Goldratt is no doubt the world’s one of the best management gurus.
Decide how to exploit the bottlenecks. Oct 03, Imran rated it it was amazing. The book is mainly talking about theory of constraints and how to deal with it.
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. This book was written before lean came into picture as a concept that can be applied and reaped by larger audience and TOC was established in mid 60’s but it was not put up in easy to understand perspective and was in form of journals and papers but this book made it common sense for common man and was pushed by American Manufacturers to their employees, which helped them to define new way of cost measuring and defining the competitive priorities in context to their strategic goals.
Increase throughput while simultaneously reducing both inventory and operating expense.
More than one way to express the Goal – at the plant level Throughput – the rate at which the system generates money through sales not production. 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”. Did inventory levels go down?
It’s impossible to state what the impact of this would have been on mid’s American manufacturers, let alone what its impact should be on our industry.
Maybe the boosters are correct and the ability of capitalism to invent products is near unlimited, maybe potential economic expansion could be extremely great however all that is irrelevant. The red and eliyhau tags. Preview — The Goal by Eliyahu M.
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Next stop l “Beyond the Goal” P. I’ll call him and tell him what a worker you are. The book deserves 5 for its place in business history, and I flip to 4 for it because it will communicate on a general-purpose level far better than lz book like “Phoenix. I think this book is excellent if you are new to Operations.
The story of Alex’s fight to save his plant is more than compulsive reading. Through an unlikely rekindling of the relationship, the professor shows him simple systems thinking principles that are gradually incorporated at the plant.
It is a Fantastic book, full of wisdom and knowledge. A good follow on book to this novel is Synchronous Manufacturing: I kind of got lost there. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.
For all Industrial Engineers and those who are interested in management trust me and read it: So, hopefully I pass my test tomorrow. It seems gpldratt though Alex may have inadvertently used some of what he learned from Eliyahu–er, sorry, Jonah–with his wife. A seminal work credited for inspiring the genre of “leadership novels”, including some of my fav’s “The Phoenix Project” IT flavor and “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team”.
In the vast sea of management books out there, there are only a “Now, this has to be interesting” I said to myself, when I was first introduced to this book, “An IT guy recommending a book on manufacturing, which is authored by a physicist!! The next day that big important project jecf ready to go, but goldrstt engineer only needs “one more day” to finish this thing he started.
Mar 01, Bjoern Rochel rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is a fallacy that a change can impact only one of these metrics. Open Preview See a Problem? What particularly appealed to me, as a practitioner of process modelling and simulation, was the way that these techniques were used to bring co significant business improvements. The Goal sets out to convey management principles through an engaging story of Alex Rogo, a plant manager, whose factory is on the verge of being shut down and whose marriage is virtually in shambles.
Refresh mdta try again. What I find interesting is that this is a message about the limits of the market in a business book. This sounds obvious and intuitive, however it’s actually much harder than most people think, and easy to get wrong. Then again it strikes eliyqhu from time to time just how fantastical real life is.