Daily Archives: June 23, 2011

One of a kind

Eli, a man who changed my life for the better. Thank you, rest in peace.

A Remembrance of Eli

Eli Goldratt’s passing is a terribly sad thing for me and for the thousands of people he impacted directly, and the millions who will ultimately benefit from his life’s work. Over the last 25 years I have had the great … Continue reading

Saddened by the loss

Thankyou for sharing your theories, thoughts and aspirations on improving business and indeed the world. Your books influenced me and so many around me at work. Your legacy will be the millions of people around the world that will continue … Continue reading

Rest in peace

I was introduced to TOC through education, helped develop and produce the software program and then took TOC into my life and taught it to my son. I still teach it today helping kids learn easier and better. I am … Continue reading


I approached TOC after I read the book of <The Goal> written by Doc. Eligoldratt. It is much helpful for my work. This theory is useful in our day to day manufactory management. Appreciations!

I pray for those whose Dad is no longer on earth but with the Heavenly Father. I pray particularly for Rami and Efrat Goldratt and their siblings on this first Father’s Day without the physical presence of their dear Abba. … Continue reading

Eli and his influence on the efforst for Scottish Independence

Eli’s teachings and philosophy have touched all corners of the globe, and helped all kinds of issues and matters, from business to the philosophical. His processes have been used to great effect to meet the challenges and opportunities that face … Continue reading

In dankbarer Erinnerung an Dr. Eli Goldratt

Dr. Eli Goldratt hat meine persönliche Entwicklung nachhaltig beeinflusst und mein Berufsleben als Unternehmensberater wesentlich wertvoller gemacht. Dr. Goldratt hat die „Naturgesetze des Erfolges“ GEFUNDEN und nicht ERFUNDEN. Sein wesentlicher Verdienst ist, dass er diese „Naturgesetze des Erfolgs“ in Form … Continue reading