From Uwe's list on speed for multiple projects.
Of course, when I started to apply the insights from "Critical Chain" over and over again in different companies, not everything always went smoothly. That was frustrating—for me and the people I worked with. Every company—or rather, every business—has its own idiosyncrasies. Understanding that and being able to take it into account when accelerating an entire project portfolio was crucial. Reading Reaching the Goal helped me a lot in this. Ricketts writes from his many years of experience at IBM.
Reaching the Goal
Why should I read it?
1 author picked Reaching the Goal as one of their favorite books, and they share why you should read it.
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"There is no doubt that this is a truly original and groundbreaking work in applying the Theory of Constraints. I run a services company and learned some things about the services business. Anyone involved in large services companies needs to look at what John is proposing. I will definitely quote this material frequently."
ChadSmith, Managing Partner, Constraints Management Group
"The information presented in this book is badly needed by service providers who struggle to balance supply and demand with their resources."
Carol A. Ptak, CFPIM, CIRM
"The techniques that John brings to light in this book are the bridge from…
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