Goldratt, E. Schragenheim and C. Necessary But Not Sufficient. The North River Press. Summary by M. Prelude: It begins on Jan 24, , and within a period of 16 months, Eli Goldratt spins a tale of the implementation of a production delivery system in a large scale environment, based on the principles of the Theory of Constraints TOC.
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What is really going inside of these hi-tech companies? What types of pressures and challenges are they facing? And how do they cope? ERP implementations are typically seen as automating data flow across different functions in an organization Focus on results for the business, and keep the software simple Extend the solution across the entire supply chain to service the end customer as one logical entity.
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. Computer software providers, especially those that specialize in handling the data needs of organizations, are prime examples of these volatile companies.
In the nineties we witnessed their growth from small business into multibillion dollar giants. No wonder investors were attracted. In it was easy for these companies to raise as much money as they wanted. But now, investment funds have dried up. And more importantly, is there a way to reverse the trend? This book gives the answers.
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Full Text Technovation 22 — www. Goldratt, Eli Schragenheim and Carol A. Ptak; The North River Press, , pp. It is a work that helps us to explore interrelationships between conceptual development and product innovation. There is a story to this business novel.
Necessary but Not Sufficient
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