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Revised Edition on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? About the Author Eliyahu M. Goldratt fue un consultor de negocios cuya teor a de las limitaciones ha servido como modelo para la administraci n de sistemas y negocios.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. First I am a big fan of Eliyahu M. Goldratt since I read his book The Goal way back in Since then, I have been working in retail in different position trying to apply the principles described in The Goal with some success. However, I always felt there was something missing in the 'mix'. And then I read this book and it was truly something 'Obvious'.
If you have read The Goal, and you are in retail, this is a Must Buy. If you are in Retail and haven't read The Goal, it is still a must read book. And then read The Goal :. See all reviews from Australia. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Like the way of surplus and shortages applied for ordering and replenishments.
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Amazing book. The story telling approach in order to teach the science is just perfect! Load more international reviews. Good book for industrial production.
This Eli Goldratt's last novel, it's about Distribution and Retail. The solution is so obvious that it is also the name of the book. The point is like many other TOC Theory of Constraints applications it is not quite well known and it is less implemented. We could say it is ignorance but I think it is not the case. In this book Goldratt gives us not only the rational for the solution, the solution itself, but also the way to cover the change management part, which by the way is the most difficult to deal when we are talking about implementations.
The only point I think Goldratt could improve this fantastic book was the story itself. But for this he needed at least more pages or so. I did enjoy the story as it was told. I do believe that it is easy to get lost in the story and develop envy for the position Paul is in and how that aids in his ease of fixing the challenges he faced. I did experience some challenge with that so I stepped back, actually stopped reading the book for a few days to regain my perspective. As a manager in a high volume, fast paced and high visibility location, I experience similar issues and find the guiding principles in the theory of constraints an excellent tool to have on my belt.
Interestingly enough, despite my environment being that of a shop, I actually found more value in the story as it was told in The Goal, perhaps because of the challenges I am presently faced with. I highly recommend both books to leaders of people and systems. Certainly tools worth having. Another gem from the master himself. Based on Theory of constraints, the story revolves around how a family run business is faced with adversity flooding of shop warehouse.
The main characters from the family go through a journey of introspection where they observed how they conduct their business, what are the paradoxes that exist in their operations and with their supplier's operations. They then meticulously reviewed the paradoxes and the underlying assumptions and in the process they armed themselves with an invaluable knowledge which was gained by evaporating incorrect assumptions, they create new ways to conduct business in the retail world and along the way create a decisive competitive edge.
Great read!! One person found this helpful. Should be required reading for all retail managers. More relevant to businesses with multiple locations than single locations, but still has a lot of valuable insights. The Theory of Constraints is a fresh way of looking at any business and I find it valuable if only to force myself to look at my business from a different perspective.
I am ordering copies for my management team. This is a parable, applying Goldratt's Theory of Constraints to a retail context. Readers familiar with his other books will find some of his ideas restated for a retailer but nothing new or clearer for the retelling. The use of characters and a plot will be familiar to Goldratt's readers and helps this be an easier read, but it is not his best story, either. As a business major undergrad student, this book cements all of the supply chain management information deep within your brain.
I find myself remembering long forgotten principals and how to measure and apply those ideas into ways to put it to use. I definitely recommend this book to any professional in retail, distribution, manufacturing, and any business school student!
A very good introduction book by E. Goldratt to the problems ans solutions to forecasting in the CPG market. The book is not technical , written as a novel. This makes the problem ans solution very understandable. Highly recommended to all who deal in logistics and supply chain. I can't get enough of Goldratt's books. Every one of his books has opened my eyes to how the TOC methods can help any industry.
Good book to read. Reconnend this book to everyone to read. You've read the top international reviews.
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