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Where traditional efficiency theories are focused on maximizing machine outputs to gain advantages of large scale production, the TOC focusses on the utilization of the Bottleneck machines only, to help the organizations reach its goal: generating money to make sure the company can exist in the nearby future. In our current economic system, one only needs one type of asset to be able to exist: Money. THE GOAL of every company or plant should therefore be to keep generating money, to make sure the plant can still be there tomorrow to generate jobs and welfare.

This book starts off with a lot of discussion on how the generation of money can be measured. One of the first Lessons Jonah teaches Alex is the myth of advantages of scale ; also known as large-sclae production. When a product is not sold directly after producing it generate turnover , production only leads to unnecessary inventories and operational expenses.

When these two types of costs rise, how can the cost price of a product decline? Luckily, Jonah also knows another method of production which will help a company to generate money in a more efficient way.

The slowest machine will always determine the speed in which products can be produced and therefore also the speed in which sales can be realtized, the turnover. This slowest machine is called the Bottleneck. The costs of one lost production hour on the bottleneck machine can calculated by determining the output of the machine number of products and multiply it with the sales price of the end product. How is the TOC put to practice? A possible measure for throughput of a factory is the Lead time, which is the total time a product spents in the factory, from raw materials to end product.

Goldratt describes four types of time:. Reducing Batch sizes is thus not per definition an improvement, but needs to be evaluated for every situation. It is possible though, that a process has multiple bottlenecks. The three measures Turnover, inventories and Operational Expenses are optimized when the productivity of the bottleneck machines are maximized, while for all other machines, the batches and inventories are kept as low as possible This way of optimizing production processes requires a different method of measuring efficiency.

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Alex Rogo is the manager of a failing manufacturing plant who receives an ultimatum from corporate headquarters: turn the situation around in three months or the plant will be scrapped. With help from Jonah and using TOC principles like bottlenecks, throughput and flow balancing, Rogo discovers a revolutionary new way to do business - a way for people in any field of endeavor to increase productivity, profitability, and personal fulfillment. It contains a serious message for all managers in industry and explains the ideas which underline the Theory of Constraints TOC developed by Eli Goldratt. This video takes the book The Goal and shows you how to put the concepts to work in your company. Eliyahu Goldratt's The Goal is unusual among business management

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The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement

Extremely helpful meta-tactic for evaluating how to improve systems, and I wish I had read it sooner. The Goal: Increase throughput while simultaneously reducing both inventory and operating expense. The system only moves as fast as the bottleneck, so find the bottleneck, see what has a big pile of work in front of it. And the goal of any business is to make money.

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The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt

Where traditional efficiency theories are focused on maximizing machine outputs to gain advantages of large scale production, the TOC focusses on the utilization of the Bottleneck machines only, to help the organizations reach its goal: generating money to make sure the company can exist in the nearby future. In our current economic system, one only needs one type of asset to be able to exist: Money. THE GOAL of every company or plant should therefore be to keep generating money, to make sure the plant can still be there tomorrow to generate jobs and welfare. This book starts off with a lot of discussion on how the generation of money can be measured. One of the first Lessons Jonah teaches Alex is the myth of advantages of scale ; also known as large-sclae production. When a product is not sold directly after producing it generate turnover , production only leads to unnecessary inventories and operational expenses.

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The Goal Summary & Book Review

The Goal is a management-oriented novel by Eliyahu M. Goldratt , a business consultant known for his theory of constraints , and Jeff Cox, a best selling author and co-author of multiple management-oriented novels. This book can be used for case studies in operations management, with a focus geared towards the theory of constraints, bottlenecks and how to alleviate them, and applications of these concepts in real life. Like other books by Goldratt and by Cox, The Goal is written as a piece of fiction. The main character is Alex Rogo, who manages a production plant owned by UniCo Manufacturing, where everything is always behind schedule and things are looking dire.

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