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Last week, I reviewed the Phoenix Project. Here are my thoughts on its predecessor:
Author: Eliyahu M. Goldratt
Publisher: North River Press
Length: 362 pages
Having read the Phoenix Project, I wanted to read its predecessor, to see what lessons could be learned from it. As it turns out, there is quite a bit to be learned. An even better read the the Phoenix Project, the Goal centres around a manufacturing plant in dire straits. By taking a close look at work in progress, bottlenecks and planning of work, the plant managers are able to get more profitable results at lower costs.
An inspiring read, this, too, is worth reading, if nothing else, than to see the similarities – and differences – between it and the Phoenix Project.