Daily Archives: June 20, 2011

Eli inspired my career

I was just starting out back in the States – by day, working in the IT department of a hospital, and at night plowing through my MSc. Somehow, I got a hold of Critical Chain when it just came out … Continue reading

Thank you Eli. You have created many thinkers. We may not match up to your standards. But you have taken us very far from where we started off. Your work will continue to live even though you have bid adieu. … Continue reading

The World has lost a Goal. Farewell Dear Teacher!!

Thank you so much for your writings and thoughts. In many ways they influenced me and my work. Thank you for sharing your most precious. I had an opportunity to meet your son in Bangalore. I think through him I … Continue reading

Discovering the Goal

About 5 years ago, i was presented with a book “The Goal”. I never thinked that a single reading could change my vision and my life. Elì was a jonah for me and through the book (and all the others … Continue reading

A sad loss

Whilst I never met Eli Goldratt I was greatly inspired by his work and truly original thoughts and practical applications. These have benefitted those who worked with him and those of us who took the time to learn from him. … Continue reading

Genius don’t leave the world actually..they are immortal

Dear Eli, Genius & Courageous like you never leave this world.. I am one of few who got opportunity to learn TOC concepts and deeply appreciate the simplicity that you brought to this business world. I will keep on feeling … Continue reading

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Dr. Goldratt’s influence on HydraForce

I had become a student of Dr Edwards Deming in the late 70′s. Trying to implement some of his philosophies as a plant manager for a large fortune 50 company got me fired in the early 80′s. At the time … Continue reading

Earn our livings and our life

Dear Mr. Goldratt, It’s a very very good experience when I read your book “The Goal”. After that, I tried best to read all your other books (for me, this is not normal as I don’t really like reading so … Continue reading