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Don your self-adhesive Kung Fu master's beard. Wisdom awaits you.,
This review is from: The Choice (Paperback)
This is possibly the most unusual book I've read from the Goldratt camp and certainly one of my favourites. The book is a transcript of discussions between Eliyahu and his daughter, Efrat. Don't be put off by this format - it's very coherent and, unlike "Late Night Discussions on the Theory of Constraints", it is not disjointed.
In the book, Efrat tries to understand how her father was able to become such a visionary. He makes things sound so simple and yet they are completely non-obvious until viewed in hindsight. How does he manage to arrive at these simple common-sense solutions? What thought processes and methodologies are involved? You'll have to read the book to find out!
While the book has been written so as not to require former knowledge of TOC, I would still recommend having at least some familiarity with TOC before reading this book - perhaps reading "The Goal" and "It's Not Luck".
Don your beard and get ready to stroke it - your perspective on the world is, once again, about to change.