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The Theory of Constraints (TOC) has been successfully applied in almost every area of human endeavor, from industry to healthcare to education. And while Eli Goldratt is indeed a scientist, an educator and a business leader, he is first and foremost a philosopher; some say a genius. He is a thinker who provokes others to do the same. Often characterized as unconventional, and always stimulating a slayer of sacred cows Dr. Goldratt exhorts his readers to examine and reassess their lives and business practices by cultivating a different perspective and a clear new vision. In his latest book, The Choice, Goldratt once again presents his thought provoking approach, this time through a conversation with his daughter Efrat, as he explains to her his fundamental system of beliefs.

©2008 Eliyahu M. Goldratt; revised edition copyright 2010 by Eliyahu M. Goldratt (P)2018 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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  • 05-06-20

good content in general, but...

as usual, the concepts were really good. in this format however, it was very hard to not get annoyed by all the humble-bragging. despite of that, if you are a fan of this approach, like I am, you should read this book too.

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  • 11-06-18

Missing all the greatness of other Goldratt works.

This book is messing all the elements of the other Goldratt books that make them so wonderful. I'm very disappointed. I believe the information is valuable, but can't get into it as it just feels like a droning on of the information.

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