➹ Necessary But Not Sufficient Free ➯ Author Eliyahu M. Goldratt – Anguillais.us

Necessary But Not Sufficient After Reading The Newspapers And Following The Sharp Oscillations Of The Stock Market, It Becomes Apparent That Hi Tech Companies Are Of A Different Breed Never Before Have The Chances Of Making A Fortune Been So Realistic And Never Before Have Large Companies Been So Fragile What Is Really Going On Inside These Hi Tech Companies What Types Of Pressures And Challenges Are They Facing And How Do They Cope Computer Software Providers, Especially The Ones That Specialise In Handling The Data Needs Of Organizations, Are Prime Examples Of These Volatile Companies In The Nineties We Witnessed Their Growth From Small Businesses Into Multi Billion Dollar Giants No Wonder Investors Were Attracted In 1998 It Was Easy For Such Companies To Raise As Much Money As They Wanted But Now, Investment Funds Have Dried Up Why And Importantly, Is There A Way To Reverse The Trend This Book Gives The Answers.

➹ Necessary But Not Sufficient  Free ➯ Author Eliyahu M. Goldratt – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • Necessary But Not Sufficient
  • Eliyahu M. Goldratt
  • 06 February 2018
  • 0566084503

    10 thoughts on “➹ Necessary But Not Sufficient Free ➯ Author Eliyahu M. Goldratt – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    I think this book is an eye opener It doesn t just talk about TOC Theory of Constraint But it also shedslight on the bottom line value of a product i.e how does it affect financials at the end of the day.


  2. says:

    An excellent storyline and progressive learning of the implementation and subsequent TOC models to incorporate for maximizing the Throughput improvement.My thoughts on the most helpful reading order The GoalIt s Not LuckIsn t It ObviousNecessary But Not SufficientCritical Chain


  3. says:

    While this book was not as gripping as The Goal, it faithfully covers others aspects of The Theory of Constraints that I had pondered after reading other Goldratt books It was nice to read a TOC novel set in the world of software development, as this is how I am employed The stance of the book on the value of software is that software is necessary but not sufficient , Ie software is a necessary evil I think this is an accurate view of software it s valueless without the ability to reprogra While this book was not as gripping as The Goal, it faithfully covers others aspects of The Theory of Constraints that I had pondered after reading other Goldratt books It was nice to read a TOC novel set in the world of software development, as this is how I am employed The stance of the book on the value of software is that software is necessary but not sufficient , Ie software is a necessary evil I think this is an accurate view of software it s valueless without the ability to reprogram humans to use it correctly The book applies this concept to change in general Ie providing a systems approach to fixing a human problem is only half of the solution, you also have to change the mindset of the users so they are able to buy in to the paradigm shift that the system enforces There is a hidden world of beauty among all of this, which is that the original mea...


  4. says:

    Here another management fantasy Just fun to read A success story, or fantasy, with T.O.C The story ends with currently very common solution Was it there at the time the book was written


  5. says:

    Must read


  6. says:

    August 2017 2008 2000 This is a TOC Business Novel, which means that it tells a story in order to describe the ideas of Theory of Constraints In this case, the story centers around an ERP company, but that is not the focus of the thoughts The focus is how TOC can bring benefit in any organization that has a workflow production, distribution, engineering, software design, etc The very interesting August 2017 2008 2000 This is a TOC Business Novel, which means that it tells a story in order to describe the ideas of Theory of Constraints In this case, the story centers around an ERP company, but that is not the focus of the thoughts The focus is how TOC can bring benefit in any organization that has a workflow production, distribution, engineering, software design, etc The very interesting thing was that the book gave nice examples of how improving the capacity via TOC of one work process was not necessarily beneficial to the whole entity For example, a great improvement in production capacity could have disastrous effects on a distribution system that operates by the old rules that expect low capacity and slow turnover in production This may be obvious to say, but in an organization with thousands of people and a well established business practice, this becomes quite difficult The central point of the book is that technology alone cannot diminish limitations The authors hammer home the idea that any work process has been developed ...


  7. says:

    A few insights, but otherwise superfluousI think the narrative format originally deployed in The Goal has been overextended here Once you understand the heavyweight ideas of TOC, you re ready to accept new ideas in acondensed format, such as in The Race This book felt like a short commentary on some of the technological implications of TOC, embedded in a rather boring story short on details I m also afraid that technology has evolved much faster and farther in the years since publicatio A few insights, but otherwise superfluousI think the narrative format originally deployed in The Goal has been overextended here Once you understand the heavyweight ideas of TOC, you re ready to accept new ideas in acondensed format, such as in The Race This book felt like a short commentary on some of the technological implications...


  8. says:

    I started to read this book with create enthusiasm The described problem at the beginning was the same as any programmer has had in some period Systems got big and new code was evenanddifficult to implement I was hoping to get some good answer, what to do in su...


  9. says:

    It was easy to read but I somehow didn t get it Maybe I should have read The Goal A Process of Ongoing Improvement first I ll probably try that one someday.


  10. says:

    I half read this about 5 years ago Its a book I ve been meaning to read again as I think I d appreciate itIts a fiction novel dealing with business theory so different from the usual business manual So entertaining as well as having a business message

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