Critical Chain, a gripping, fast-paced business novel, does for Project Management What Eli Goldratt's other novels have done for Production and Marketing. Dr Goldratt's books have transformed the thinking and actions of management throughout the world.
In 2000, Schragenheim and Dettmer published the ground-breaking Manufacturing at Warp Speed. At the time, the cutting-edge ideas expressed were the original work of the authors and not well-known beyond the book’s audience. In the years that followed, Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt, father of the Theory of Constraints (TOC),
The Goal, Eli Goldratt's first book lays the basis for the THEORY OF CONSTRAINTS. The Goal was a runaway best-seller with many managers totally identifying themselves with Alex Rogo, the hero in the story. Many tried to implement the revolutionary management principle, The Theory of Constraints, unsuccessfully, with a few exceptions
In this book, Dr. Goldratt shows how to apply the Theory of Constraints to sales and marketing, inventory control, and production distribution. In addition, techniques in conflict resolution are introduced on both a business and personal level.
The Theory of Constraints body of knowledge has expanded rapidly over the last three decades. It springs from complex systems theory, multi-dimensional linear programming and a belief that logic can successfully be applied to technical-social human organizations.
Production is all about managing the flow. For years, people and companies have been developing new approaches to improve the flow. TOC, the Theory of Constraints, has been in this arena for over 35 years. Nevertheless, we do not talk about an old technology.
In this authoritative volume, the world's top Theory of Constraints (TOC) experts reveal how to implement the ground-breaking management and improvement methodology developed by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt.
Providing the theory, tools and techniques you need to implement critical chain project management in your organization, you learn how to reduce stress on a project team, eliminate cost and scheduling over-runs, effectively manage project resources, and finish projects that meet or exceed expectations.