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Dettmer's book is for anyone who wants to learn how to systematically use and master the Theory of Constraints.
It will take some time to see if concepts presented in the book really meets my expectations, but over time I can see improvement over time.
In these two books and his non-fiction work, Goldratt presents his "Theory of Constraints" and examples of how to apply it in practice.
This is my second book on Thinking Process after Behind the cloud by Jelena Fedurko.
This is a very detailed book, descripting each tool with definition, purpose, assumptions,... Read more
It is a comprehensive, fact based book on how to, what to and the theory behind why to do the TOC tools. Read morePublished 12 months ago by NA Roberts
Not being a TOC expert, I bought the book expecting a practical application of Goldradts's method and that is what I got. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Timothy Johnsrude
"Goldratt's Theory of Constraints has proved to be a milestone concept to process improvement.
Until now, the lack of a roll-up-your-sleeves guidelines to its foundational... Read more
Dettmer has passed his one time mentor - Eliy Goldratt - in practical knowledge of Theory of Constraints.
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This book is padded to 378 pages. It is repetitive with long summaries and example at the end of each chapter. A table of contents at the begining of each chapter. Read morePublished on September 13, 2007 by C. Tischler
Some folks who just now may be getting to know the Theory of Constraints (TOC) might be surprised at what they find in this book. Read morePublished on December 19, 2006 by James W. Rodgers
This is a very readable book for which we intend to build courseware around. The book is laid out in a logical and progressive order. Read morePublished on January 19, 2006 by Amazon Customer