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    When reading “The Goal” by Eliyahu Goldratt, the first thing that came to mind was the exposure of many issues that are currently happening in companies, especially in the manufacturing industry. For the last ten years that I have worked in the manufacturing world, I have been exposed to a range of positions (from manufacturing clerk to production control planner, and most recently customer service representative) which allowed me to witness a great deal of these types of conflicts happening in real

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    The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt is an entertaining and thought provoking business book. The story is about Unico manufacturing plant and its manager – Alex Rogo whose job and marriage is hanging in the air. Bill Peach, who is the factory executive comes into the plant and notices that production has gone down since Alex has been appointed manager. There is six months of production backlog and late shipment of order to customers. Unico is neither productive nor profitable. As a result Alex finds himself

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    When reading the book The Goal written by Eliyahu Goldratt, there were many lessons that I learned in order to have a clear and concise understanding of a positive level of productivity in a company. To have a positive level of productivity there are may components that are taken into consideration. Understanding what it actually means to be productive and how to increase the level of productivity by knowing the actual goal of the company that is trying to be reached and the components that go into

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    FATMIR HARIZAJ OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT “THE GOAL” The book “Goal of Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt “is an attention grabbing management book in the form of a fictional novel and the author has used Socratic inductive reasoning to develop his theory of constraints. However, in my opinion, it is not written only to interpret the theory of constraints, but to help business people to understand three fundamental terms, they are: what to

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    “The Goal” – By Eliyahu Goldratt and Jeff Cox “The Goal” is as it vividly explains, is a book on achieving goals. Eliyahu Goldratt, world famous Israeli physicist turned business consultant, the creator of the “Theory of constraints”, in his work “The Goal”, explains a lot about managerial skills, to achieve higher productivity and efficiency, in a simple and lucid manner. Goldratt takes a very practical example of today’s world, an Engineer with an MBA degree, Mr. Alex Rogo, as his protagonist

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    The goal is a novel story written by Eliyahu Goldratt and Jeff Cox. Many copies has been sold worldwide since was first published in 1984. The book has been translated in different languages, which make it easy to read and understand. The reason of the book success is the way how it frames the concept of bottlenecks. Eliyahu Goldratt wrote many other books, such as It’s Not Luck, Critical Chain, Necessary but Not Sufficient and Isn’t It Obvious?. Goldratt was the founder of Theory of Constraint

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    Critical Chain novel Critical Chain is a novel that wrote by Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt. In the Novel, he used novel mode to describe that how to use Critical Chain Theory to fix manage problem. Specially, he used common sense and logical deduction to give us a clearly description about the complex manage problems. This special is interested me a lot that attract me to fail into the story that can follow Dr. Goldratt’s ideas. In the book, Dr. Goldratt talks about how a professor trying to attain his tenure at

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    The Goal Eliyahu M. Goldratt & Jeff Cox Russel Jay Eserjose   “The Novel That is Changing American Business”, The Goal, written by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and Jeff Cox is a business novel that is management oriented in order to help and improve operations management. This novel was on the Time Magazine’s list of “The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books”. It was first published in 1984, but over time it has been revised and republished three times. Goldratt is a business consultant who is

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    “The Novel That is Changing American Business”, The Goal, written by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and Jeff Cox is a business novel that is management oriented in order to help and improve operations management. This novel was on the Time Magazine’s list of “The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books”. It was first published in 1984, but over time it has been revised and republished three times. Goldratt, is a business consultant who is acknowledged for his Theory of Constraints (TOC). He has also published

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    The goal is a novel story written by Eliyahu Goldratt and Jeff Cox. Many copies have been sold worldwide since was first published in 1984. The book has been translated in different languages, which make it easy to read and understand. The book’s success came through the way how it frames the concept of bottlenecks. Eliyahu Goldratt wrote many other books, such as It’s Not Luck, Critical Chain, Necessary but Not Sufficient and Isn’t It Obvious? Goldratt was the founder of Theory of Constraint

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