5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A very amateur novel of zero educational value
, 13 April 2014
This review is from: The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement (Paperback)
I hoped this book would shed light on the subjects it promises to explain, especially considering its hype and glowing reviews.
Instead I received a very amateur novel that makes continual promises and delivers nothing of actual substance. One question merely leads to another in such a way I am left with the impression this book is simply a cash cow to hook readers into purchasing more books and courses by the author.
I have spent a few years collecting a nice bookshelf of titles regarding manufacturing and processes and I can confidently say; if you want to get straight to the point, read Taiichi Ohno - a grand master with real world credentials - and secondly Edwards Deming.
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