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 is a novel, a groanworthy and terrible and didactic novel, a combination which makes it a success because it doesn’t take itself entirely seriously view spoiler [unlike the worthy, but painful The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Peopleor methodological rubbish like From Good to Great hide spoiler ].
The story focused on manufacturing with long descriptions of productivity, A eliahu 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”. Seems quite practical and valuable in just that application. And every startup needs to be moving fast – and not just at building – we need to be doing build, measure, learn as fast as we can.
G continued improvement, it turns traditional toldratt and productivity practices upside down and soon outperforms all other plants in its industry. Subordinate everything else to the above decision.
It seems the author wanted to increase the page count to make it more publishable. I kind of got lost there. Having said that, towards the end the book just drags you. Goldratt has the idea of focusing on a constraint and redesigning the business around it. Overall, read the book, stick to the novel and hopefully you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.
La Meta : Un Processo de Mejora Continua
Jan 20, Elinor rated it it was ok. There are some really gendered and racially-insensitive notes that are likely injected to reflect the book’s imagined audience, a factory foreman. Eliyahu Goldratt is no doubt the world’s one of gooldratt best management gurus.
For all Industrial Engineers and those who are interested in management trust me and read it: I very nearly loved this book. He has ninety days to save his plant—or it will be closed by corporat Written in a fast-paced thriller style, The Goal is the gripping novel which is transforming management thinking throughout the Western world.
It takes a dox meeting with a colleague from student days—Jonah—to help him break out of conventional ways of thinking to see what needs to be done. Satisfying the senior management of his company and the accountants that he has turned around the fortunes of his plant proves difficult, but he supports his arguments with solid evidence. View all 3 comments.
Dec 10, Nick rated it it was ok. It gets down to the question of: Oct 08, Lance Greenfield rated it really liked it. Dedicate people full-time to those processes. If not, perhaps this story will show you the usefulness of it in an entertaining, light-hearted fashion. Published by North River Press first published This dates the novel somewhat, but the struggles the characters are facing – both interpersonal and work-related – continue to hit home, and goldrtat the book executes its core mission competently.
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The first addendum is a little piece that basically confirms other people have got this stuff to work. It’s crisp and simple prose drags the reader along and I certainly sympathised with the characters within. I liked the story approach of this mega as, lets be honest, so many business books are boring.
I feel this is the story of my factory, like the millions across the globe have felt. An example of the realism of the thinking view spoiler [at least from my own point of view hide spoiler ] in The Ccox is that at one point the protagonist eliahu faced with the possibility of a price war – competing with other manufacturers on the basis of price alone – but this is something that he doesn’t want to do.
The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement
You leave him to me. So is his marriage. Each problem is broken meat into its simplest components so that the real priorities are easily identified and dealt with. He has ninety days to save his plant—or it will be closed by corporate HQ, with hundreds of job losses. 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 ieff end of the book are taken into account.
He died on June 11,at the age of With the 3rd Edition Audio there is about an hour and half of bonus footage that includes Dr. It sounds like “cost accounting” eliyahj into that bucket. If, in a previous step, a bottleneck has been broken go back to step 1. The T 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.
Increase throughput while simultaneously reducing both inventory and operating expense. Not only goldrztt it introduce the Theory of Constraints, but does it so as if ToC was invented by the main characters themselves: 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 goldrtat 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 jefr priorities in context to their strategic goals.
All industrial and systems engineers need to read this book, as do all managers of processes. Goldratt is best known as the father of the Theory of Con Eliyahu M.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I’ve seen this happen many times in software. Eliuahu 04, Sergey Shishkin rated it it was amazing.
The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement by Eliyahu M. Goldratt
In the vast sea of management books out there, there are only a few, and this book certainly has to qualify as the pinnacle of those books. I suppose one reason why I am enthusiastic about The Goal is the part it plays in my thinking about the Industrial Revolution. Lots of food for thought. I cannot recommend reading this book highly enough as an opener to thinking about the flow of work through organisations, how organisations succeed or become dysfunctional.
I was never any good at Maths in school and so it was from this book that I learnt that when looking at figures if the answer looks wrong, what you need to do is think about the assumptions rather than just check the calculation. This was a very unique, interesting little book.