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3 Days with Drucker, Christensen, & Goldratt, & Your Leadership Team – another Brilliant Idea from Jeff Bezos

First Friday Book Synopsis

So, how do you stop and think in this too-much-information-to-assimilate-all-at-once world? You spend a day – a full day – focused on one book. And, what books do you focus on for a full day? Books that have “stood the test of time.” Not necessarily “really old books,” but books that have been around long […]. Randy''s blog entries'

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Are you a Scientist or an Engineer? Things to think about.

Mike Cardus

Eli Goldratt ‘The Choice’. Corporate Team Building Innovation Leadership Organization Development coaching create-learning team building and leadership quotes Team Building' Image Credit – Image Credit. humbly arrogant. The scientist sees themselves as a tiny spot of intelligence surrounded by a vast see of ignorance.


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EBM: Constraints


Goldratt that is geared towarding help organizations continually achieve their goals. Though Goldratt is still the main driving force behind the development and practice of TOC (sometimes labeled “constraint management”), there is a network of individuals and small companies loosely coupled as practitioners around the world.

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Systemically Non-Systemic: COVID-19 through the Deming Lens

Deming Institute

Guest blog post by Doug Stilwell, Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at Drake University. Goldratt describes a constraint as “the limiting factor that prevents a system from moving closer to achieving its goal.” Leadership and the new science: Discovering order in a chaotic world. These are unprecedented times.

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Coming for the August 3 First Friday Book Synopsis – Platform, & Goldratt’s The Goal

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here are two important business success issues: #1 — how do I successfully get people to listen to my message? and #2 — how do I find, and get rid of, whatever is slowing us down in our company? Solve these 2 issues, and your path to business success becomes a little clearer. At the [.].

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ROAR! : A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Get Heard in the Sales and Marketing Jungle Kevin Daum with Daniel A. Turner John Wiley & Sons (2010) How to “break through all that noise and visual stimulation to get to the core of the customer” What we have here is another business fable, a very popular sub-genre for business book authors [.].

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