Eliyahu M Goldratt, the author of The Goal, elaborates on his theories in his non fiction audio. He discusses how to implement his ideas and addresses some of the most asked-about elements, including: the basic assumptions of TOC; and why management assumptions must be changed to obtain lasting, bottom-line results.
In this program, formaly known as the Webcast Program, Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt delivers the know-how on how to create a decisive competitive edge for environments involved in projects. Using the Strategy and Tactic Tree specifically developed for this purpose, Goldratt explains the elements to build, capitalize and sustain a change based on significantly increasing reliability, properly managing multiple projects, and significantly reducing multitasking, while revealing hidden capacity.
This system is what Rich Schefren uses in his business (and describes in his Guided Learning Program). It essentially teaches you how to THINK about streamlining and refining your systems for maximum efficiency (and thus profits). If you are manufacturing, retail, wholesale, online or offline, you have systems and processes in place to generate customers, fulfill those customers and then manage those customers so they return back to the front door to buy again. Goldratt has an amazing ability to breakdown processes so you can see what may SEEM to be the best path may in fact be the worst thing you can do.